BOZAR is showing off the results of the Gluon STEAM Labs, in which young people, artists and technologists set off on an interdisciplinary quest for solutions to big city challenges. The young ‘urban activists’ draw their inspiration from the city and use new digital technologies to come up with ideas, tools and prototypes for a more sustainable Brussels. Gluon challenges (general, technical and visual arts) secondary school pupils to get thinking about mobility, ecology, health, energy and new media.

Their creations are on show at the Generation Z exhibition at BOZAR.


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