I N S T A L L A T I O N
04.01.2010 - 29.01.2010
From January 4 to the opening of Brave New World (from the perspective of Mudam Collection), the museum offers free entrance to the public, except for the galleries closed for installation purposes. No guided tours during this transitional phase.

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Beyond the exhibition:
These artworks are still shown during the rehanging of the exhibitions

STEPHAN BALKENHOL
Castle; Portrait of HRH Grand Duke Jean, 2006
In his work with roughly cut raw wood, Stephan Balkenhol re-establishes figuration and a creative process that favors craftsmanship.

ANDREA BLUM
gardens + fountains + summer café
The artist has reactivated the installation gardens + fountains presented in the opening exhibition Eldorado (2006).

ERWAN & RONAN BOUROULLEC
Design Café, 2006
Erwan and Ronan Bouroullec, designers with a functional but malicious aesthetic, have integrated the museum’s café.

WIM DELVOYE
Untitled (Chapelle et Vitraux), 2006
For Mudam, Wim Delvoye has created a metallic, gothic-inspired chapel with stained glass windows containing subversive imagery.

DAVID DUBOIS
Chênavélos. Bancs-terre. , 2006
The bike-tree is an oak-wood trunk for bikes, but it also becomes a lifeline for plants trying to take root in it.

KONSTANTIN GRCIC & NITZAN COHEN
SPACE/-1, 2006
Flexible space at the Medialab that features the video programme in relation to the exhibitions.

ANNE-MARIE HERCKES
Accessories Mudam, 2006
The fashion designer offers a playful alternative to the standard staff uniform by showing the “clichés” of the museum’s functions in miniature.

NIKOLAY POLISSKY
Large Hadron Collider, 2009
With this series of monumental constructions in elm wood and rush, the artist occupies one of the former moats of the fortress.

TOBIAS PUTRIH
Studio, 2006
Tobias Putrih has deployed a flexible environment that serves as a framework for an experimental pedagogy, encompassing art and the museum.

MARTIN SZEKELY
Lobby, 2006
Martin Szekely has created minimal structures to welcome the public.

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