As part of the 'I Love Science' festival, BOZAR is organising a weekend of events at the Centre for Fine Arts and Brussels Expo, highlighting the links between art and science. Exhibitions, conferences, debates, experimental walks, virtual reality and a musical app will demonstrate how technology can be used for the benefit of the human species, of society and biodiversity, helping to preserve the future of humanity.
With his installation LABIOMISTA, artist Koen Vanmechelen reflects on our global heritage and examines the way that we choose to live and evolve.
Orbit ° Space presents three interactive installations on space exploration, while the Holladay brothers and the artists collective EM (Ecole Mondiale) invite you to join them on fascinating exploratory walks that are in tune with the urban environment.
You can also get involved in a number of immersive experiences using virtual reality headsets that will take you to the ends of the Milky Way or share the daily life of astronauts in space with you! Join in the conversation with cult mathematician and poet Jacques Roubaud, and take part in a living library through a series of lectures and debates on the future of our ecosystem.
All these breath-taking experiences will enable you to feel and perceive the future, thanks to the most significant advances in new technologies.