About Romain
Romain Tardy has been active in the visual art scene since 2008. Today his work is shown all over the world and most often conceived as poetic sensory experiences using light, video mapping, physical objects and sound. They question our relationship to technological and digital developments and their repercussions on society. As well as his personal creations, he does creative and art direction, art consulting, and he is invited to do workshops and lectures in art schools and universities on a regular basis.
http://www.romaintardy.com
Current city: Brussels
Other cities: Paris
Romain Tardy has been active in the visual art scene since 2008. Today his work is shown all over the world and most often conceived as poetic sensory experiences using light, video mapping, physical objects and sound. They question our relationship to technological and digital developments and their repercussions on society. As well as his personal creations, he does creative and art direction, art consulting, and he is invited to do workshops and lectures in art schools and universities on a regular basis.
 
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One of my favourite ramen place in town, with a limited choice but well-executed recipes. Also one of the very few restaurant in Brussels where you can sit by the bar. Rare bonus: they serve Uijin from the tap!
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One of my favourite gastronomic restaurant in town. If the the old facade (former butcher shop) looks a bit random, you'll find a friendly atmosphere inside and great creativity in the plate — the wine pairing menu is a must.
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Great ramen, best vegetarian ramen in town. The place is ran by a Japanese team and is located in the lively neighbourhood of Saint-Boniface.
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Nice little bar with a pretty diverse crowd, where you can play ping pong while having a beer. Simple but lovely food to go along with your drink. The only downside is the limited beer choice.
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One of the most original restaurant in town — they only serve mushrooms! Everything is incredibly fresh, tasteful and surprising, the menu is updated on a very regular basis.
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A simple yet elegant brasserie located in the city center. Great for a work lunch, their homemade shrimp croquettes are delicious.
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The nano brewery L'Ermitage opened this small bar, and this is the place to taste amazing beers brewed in small batch. The beer menu is updated on a regular basis, from handcrafted pils to surprising locally brewed IPAs, they're all served by the tap by a friendly staff. Homemade pizzas made from the unused grain are also highly recommended!
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A hidden gem in a residential neighbourhood! Local and seasonal food, with a zero-waste philosophy. Only on reservation.
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I am a french artist based in Belgium, Brussel. After finished my studies in France, at the ENSBA, I choose to move in a city full of energies where have my own studio was something possible to get. After few residencies all around the world, US, Japan, China, I decided that the roots are in Europe.
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Caroline Wolewinski runs her own independent Brussels-based, graphic design studio. She received her master's degree from Erg, BE in 2014 and graduated from a two-years residency program at the Werkplaats Typografie, NL in 2016. From artists and institutions to local businesses and brands she designs books, visual identities, websites, signage
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Katja Mater is a visual artist and filmmaker, interested in revealing a different or alternative (experience of) reality through capturing the areas where optical media hardly behave like the human eye, recording events that simultaneously can and cannot be – holding midway between information and interpretation. Next to her artist practice Mater is editor and art director for Girls Like Us Magazine; An independent magazine turning the spotlight on an international expanding community of lesbians and queers within arts, culture and activism. Through personal stories, essays and vanguard visuals Girls Like Us unfolds feminist legacies in arts, design and writing. Mixing politics with pleasure, the magazine maps collaborative routes towards a non-patriarchal future.
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Lives and works in Brussels.
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