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Artist Talk & Kids Workshop with Cecilia Borettaz




Perhaps By Fate, Perhaps By Choice

Cecilia Borettaz

Friday 24th November | 6-7.30pm

Perhaps By Fate, Perhaps By Choice is an ongoing project that brings together photographs, family archive material, printmaking and drawing. During this talk, Cecilia will present her research about this body of work and its development during the last couple of years.

Hot infusion will be prepared for the participants. All welcome.



Dissolution of Abstraction

Saturday 25th November | 3-5pm

Reproducing the inverse process of printmaking through the dissolution of monochromes in water, the artist-in-residence Cecilia will experiment along with our little participants with different materials, pigments and colours.

The workshop is for children of all ages and parents are welcome to take part as well. Come to the gallery between 3 and 5pm and stay as long as you like.


Cecilia Borettaz is an artist based in Brussels. She works with painting, installation, printmaking and storytelling, combining an interest on her personal family archive with the fascination for the mountainous landscape of Valle d’Aosta – the artist‘s homeland.

Graduating in 2013 with BFA in Visual Art from IUAV University of Venice, she moved to Brussels obtaining a MA in Visual Art and Critical Tools to ERG School of Art in 2015.  Selected exhibitions include: Group exhibition Premio Bice Bugatti Segantini, Villa Manuolo, Milan 2017; Helicotrema Recorded Audio Festival, curated by Blauer Hase and Giulia Morucchio, Centrale Fies (Trento), Progetto Diogene (Turin), Palazzo Grassi/ Foundation François Pinault (Venice) 2016; That’s it!(+3 FREE minutes), by Joelle Tuerlinckx, Biennal Performatik, Kaaitheater, Brussels 2015; Sense of Community#1, Gallery Officina delle Zattere, Venice 2012; 95th Young Artists Group Exhibition, Fondation Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice 2011.


This workshop is part our exhibition BLACK MOUNTAIN – to find out what other free events are happening visit our Facebook Event page or download the full public programme here.


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