• Debate
  • date:
  • 14.10.2018

During these moments of exchange, we look at the idea that art today designates a particular sensory experience, different from the ordinary sensory experience. 

For a long time now philosophy has had an affinity with walking. Contrary to popular belief, thinking requires movement. In their research, numerous artists also insist upon the conceptual, creative and political value of walking. Together we will take a look at the works of Richard Long, Francis Alÿs and Sophie Calle.

With Maud HAGELSTEIN, art philosopher and researcher at FNRS/ULiège.

SUN. 14.10.2018 
14:30 > 16:00

Fee (entrance to the museum and tea time included)
Adults: € 10 Seniors, students and teachers: € 6
- 12 years old: € 4 
Article 27 entrance fee
Subscription (4 tea times and up): € 6/tea time

Children from 4+ accompanying their parents may attend an art workshop at the same time (upon reservation). 

Information and reservation: Mediation Department
+ 32 71 27 29 71 or sophie.pirson@bps22.be