In the Walk With Me series, a guest speaker from beyond the walls of BOZAR takes you on a personal stroll through the exhibition. More than just a tour, it’s an encounter with exceptional people who provide an alternative look at the exhibition and the artworks. Sometimes they offer surprising facts, sometimes their personal experience, and often both.
Georgine Dibua Mbombo is an electronic engineer, coordinator, and project manager of Bakushinta. The organisation aims to valorize the cultures of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and was founded in 2007. Georgine is a curator, lecturer, and event organizer. She is also an expert on the Congolese contribution to the two world wars. As a decolonial guide and trainer, Georgine collaborates with various organisations, museums and municipalities in Brussels and Flanders. She was part of the work group on the decolonization of the public space set up by the Brussels government.
Sunday 24 April, 15:00 → 16:30
BOZAR/Centre for Fine Arts
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 Brussels
Price: 8 € (walk + entrance ticket for the exhibition Project Palace, a centenary included)
Visit of 90 minutes
Meeting point: Desk info at the entrance of Bozar