Plant B takes place in an empty green environment, Parc de la Fonderie, a park opened in 1991 on the site of the biggest foundry in the neighborhood and shut down at the beginning of the 20th century. Today there is nothing left other than some remains of the foundry: metal columns made for never finished fountains, train tracks, stones from the foundation…
The space is half an archeological site, half a park. The outline of the park overlaps with the outer walls of the previous foundry. The site was meant to be decorated by old machines. Now it is like an empty museum. There are no artworks or anything else, apart from benches and two fountains in frozen process. The park was founded by the Musée de la Fonderie in Molenbeek, which throws light on the socioeconomic history of the industry that still marks the Belgian capital.

Aline Bouvy
Monument To Spit

Aline Bouvy
Monument To Spit

Benedikte Bjerre
The Birds

Benedikte Bjerre
The Birds

Carl Mannov
Railing (Janus)

Carl Mannov
Railing (Janus)

Carl Mannov
Railing (Janus)

Aline Bouvy
Monument To Spit

Carl Mannov
Railing (Janus)

Maiken Bent
Trolley #15

Maiken Bent
Trolley #15

Maiken Bent
Trolley #15

Xavier Mary
The Enigma Of Steel

Jonathan Boutefeu
X Sand Racer

Jonathan Boutefeu
X Sand Racer

Jonathan Boutefeu
X Sand Racer

Maiken Bent
Trolley #1

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest

Marthe Ramm Fortun
Exit The Forest


Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Philippe Van Wolputte
Go Zone

Xavier Mary
The Enigma Of Steel

Xavier Mary
The Enigma Of Steel

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PLANT B
Curated by Komplot & Toke Lykkeberg

at Molenbeek Skulptuure Parc

w/ Maiken Bent, Benedikte Bjerre, Jonathan Boutefeu, Aline Bouvy, Carl Mannov,
Xavier Mary, Marthe Ramm Fortun, Philippe Van Wolputte

08/09—30/11/2017