c-o-m-p-o-s-it-e, varkensmarkt 10, rue du marche aux porcs, B-1000 Brussels (BE)
Opening: 2017/04/18 18:00
Opening times: Thu- Sat > 14h - 18hwarning.png"Thu- Sat > 14h - 18h" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki.
In an era where things, data, people and other species massively move around, with greater or lesser difficulty – because they want to, need to, or ‘just do so’ – navigation rather than position becomes key to identity and other politics. ‘Position’ (solid & fixed) and ‘flux’ (fluid & loose) now share the scene with something more equivocal and pragmatic. Navigating across variable geometries of im/material investments of form, it matters what his- and herstories, what companions, and what troubles you continue to carry along and forward. In his second solo show at c-o-m-p-o-s-i-t-e, Moroccan-born artist Hamza Halloubi (b. 1982, lives and works in Brussels) conflates late and present century issues of the status of location, gender, history, cultural practice and its objects. He recounts about hosts, entanglements and the time spent together. Throughout, Halloubi revisits modern subjects of subjugation and their negated alterity as an act of dynamic uncompromise. Pleading for resurgence. Looking for alterity within. Continuing, along. Continuing, with.