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Pavillons d’Octroi - Porte d’Anderlecht 1000 Brussels +32 (0)2 279 43 83

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Sound occupations
03.07.2021 > 26.10.2021
Echoes of the Sewers

This summer, the Sewer Museum welcomes WE LO(U)VE RADIO. This feminine collective gives the word to underground voices. By way of words and sounds, the underground world reveals itself to be different. Discover the 3 sound installations:

Bodily echoes: an encounter with the voices of women, the sewer workers’ partners. These voices, interviewed by the artists during their residence in the museum, guide us through a world to which no woman ever descends.
Echo of the sewer covers: recorded on an anonymous voicemail box, voices tell us about a memory or a story to rid themselves of a burden. Thanks to the gentle sounds of the water and a little poetic twist, WE LO(U)VE RADIO gives rise to gentle and light-hearted new stories. With Anne Lepère.
Echo of the waters: recorded on 24 June 2021 at the heart of the Senne sluice gates, this concert is accompanied by a sound and performative ritual by the ‘she-wolves’. A box of sounds for an encounter with the forgotten voice of the Senne. In collaboration with Myriam Pruvot.

Each installation is adapted to an audio/podcast creation, available soon here.

We Lo(u)ve radio
Established in 2018, WE LO(U)VE RADIO is a project based principally in the radiophonic and sound world. It brings together Aurélie Brousse and Jeanne Debarsy, and is regularly supplemented by collaboration with other female sound artists.

 

Practical information

  • All sound activities are included in the admission fee to the museum. See our admission fees
  • As part of the Echoes of the Sewers, activities will be held throughout the summer. To find out more, click here
  • The reservation of your visit is recommanded via our reservation platform

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