The artwork Wonders of the Moon by Sina Seifee shows an abstract view of space, which is designed in the shape of a diamond
Sina Seifee, Wonders of the Moon – A Thousand Years of Sleepwalking, 2020, Installation view 'Risquons-Tout', WIELS, 2020, © WIELS and Sina Seifee, photo: Philippe de Gobert
11. September2020-28. March2021Add to Calendar

Risquons-Tout

ExhibitionWIELS Brussels
The artwork Wonders of the Moon by Sina Seifee shows an abstract view of space, which is designed in the shape of a diamond
Sina Seifee, Wonders of the Moon – A Thousand Years of Sleepwalking, 2020, Installation view 'Risquons-Tout', WIELS, 2020, © WIELS and Sina Seifee, photo: Philippe de Gobert

Funded: Melike Kara, Monika Stricker, Sina Seifee and Manuel Graf

The exhibition 'Risquons-Tout' explores the potential of risk, transgression and unpredictability. It examines how art challenges the homogenisation of thought in the now infamous echo chambers of our overcrowded info-sphere.

'Risquons-Tout' presents some of the most innovative and influential artists and authors from the Eurocore region, which extends between Amsterdam, Paris, Cologne, Düsseldorf and London, with Brussels at its centre. The title is borrowed from a place located on the Belgian-French border, a real yet liminal space of transition, passage and informal exchanges, notably smuggling. The invited artists negotiate different dynamics of bridging, passing, translating and transgressing. In doing so they burst the safe bubbles generated by prediction algorithms, designed to avoid any risk, whether intellectual, financial, emotional or physical. The exhibition's geographic and political scope addresses today's global connectivity, trans-national circulation and diasporic movements.

This exhibition was supported by the ifa exhibition funding

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