Jan 21, 2011


The air is sinister. Even if I like when it moves in Brussels. There are still a lot of things left to comprehend after yesterday’s visit to De Lu Xe opening night.
If you’re not too familiar with what goes on in the BXL, you may make no connection between the former Moustache Collectif activities (previously showing at Norden and Congress Station) and those of De Lu Xe, but I assure you – it’s one and the same group/collective. Moustache got renamed (cod knows why!) and opened a new pop up store in the rue des Melezes. The store will remain open for three weeks, and I’m most likely to go down there once again, just to take some decent pictures and to see the items they are selling in a good close-up and without the DJ throwing any Otto Von Schirach or S4lem in.
I don’t mean to be mean, but I haven’t experienced any coherence in the whole of the presentation, since it brought together too many different people, too many different styles and forms of expression. But once again, I’ll make time for the second assessment, in the meanwhile feel free to figure it out yourself.

May scroll help us all.

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Today I felt like I needed to breath the cold digital winter air…I felt that my current position in blogosphere was suffocating me…I took a ride out into the infinite snowy fields and filled my lungs anew…and I felt that I needed to share.

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