Patrick Willocq presents, in the hangar, photos of his community artistic project “Songs of the Walés”, some of which are unprecedented in Belgium. The project is the result of a unique collaboration with young Pygmy women, their clans, an ethnomusicologist and many craftsmen of the forest (hunters, farmers, fishermen) who became creators during the project. Assisted by Dido Lusamba Ntambwe, an artist based in Kinshasa, Patrick Willocq builds his installations in the middle of the jungle, with the means at hand, without photomontage or collage. He is looking for the best way to tell a story dear to young mothers,...
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