OPENING - October 1, 2017
Fifteen speakers expressed their views on the issues tackled by the exhibition.
Intellectual or poetic positions, sometimes provocative, or more moderate and academic.
Mireille Hildebrandt (B)
Professor of ICT and Rule of Law (VUB / University of Nijmegen)
She specializes on the functioning of the rule of law in cyberspace
Raoul Servais (B)
Legendary (animation) filmmaker
Adva Zakai (Israël)
Choreographer living in Brussels
Fascinated by the relationship between body and language
Graham Watt (GB)
Professor of Medicine at the University of Glasgow
Highlights the link between poverty and (poor) health
François Jegou (B)
Active in the field of social innovation and sustainability.
Christophe Meierhans (CH)
Artist in residence at Kaaitheater
His field of experience is the participation and politicization of seemingly mundane actions.
Shaireen Aftab (B)
Spokesperson for the VDAB and teacher at the police academy
Fayssal Ouali (B)
Student, slam poet
Dirk Geldof (B)
Sociologist, his main field of research revolves around “superdiversity”
Marije Lutgendorff (NL)
Entrepreneur. Director of CrowdfundingHUB NL
Muriel Andrin (B)
Professor at the ULB. Specialized in cinema, gender and society.
Jo Goossens (B)
Biologist. In charge of urban and regional development at shiftN