SALON RADICAL is the name of the place where we rehearse and prepare projects, lead our research , but is also a place for small performances, improvisation session, house concerts and expositions , lectures and debate
SALON RADICAL stands for intimate intuitive art transcultural , traditional and contemporary art forms
SALON RADICAL consists of a ‘Salon’ in a 19th century Mansion and a back house with a dancestudio and gallery of about 90m2 ( without mirrors but floating wooden floor.
This is available for rent during weekdays from 9am till 3 pm . the salon with the wing piano can be rented for small house concerts
SALON RADICAL houses also the extra ordinary collection of Dr. Prof. Paul Vandenbroeck ( textiles from the Maghreb ) . Who wove my breath, Desertscapes and Red Oxygen Bodies of lace are projects in which we took these magnificent textile work as source of inspiration for dance and bodywork
on appointment one might see some pieces ( every day between 5 and 7 pm) and on Saturday between 11 am and 1 pm
Performance Pé Vermeersch and cello player Arne Deforce on the occasion of the opening of the exhibition ‘The bakhnoug, a book, woven’, curated by Paul Vandenbroeck, on Saturday, September 03 2016 at 7.30 pm at Villa Romana, Via Senese 68, Firenze, Italy.
Fragment from the performance : click here