ART AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION FOR INNOVATION

Art and innovation have a lot in common. After all, innovation is the result of creative ideas. Living Tomorrow's art platform therefore also serves as a think tank for the future, in which artists formulate answers to the social challenges of tomorrow.

Art, creativity and innovation go hand in hand. But how do you achieve this creativity? Very often, by getting inspiration from what you hear, see or smell, or by looking at something you’ve never seen before.

At our next Public Event we will therefore be emphasising the role of art as a medium for thinking about the future and its challenges and opportunities.
 

What can you expect?

  • A voyage of discovery through a wonderland of technological innovations which,through the artworks on display, make connections between art and innovation.

    You will discover works from famous artists such as Ulrike Bolenz, Kaixuan Feng, Sarah Fabergé, Koen Vanmechelen, Frederik De Wilde, Gary James McQueen, Fred Eerdekens, Peter De Cupere, Panamarenko, Nick Ervinck, Sergey Dozhd, Liudmila Norsoyanand Louisa Burnett-Hall, Paul Van Hoeydonck, Nicole Stott, Ian Cion, Michael Lewis, Anderson and Concetta Spitaleri.

  • Meet & greet the artist “Ulrike Bolenz”

  • 3D pen workshops

  • Demos by students from the Digital Arts & Entertainment department of Howest university (t.b.c.)
     
  • Ultimate VR experience with Raven

A taste of The Bistronomy

Would you like to discover the unique concept that is The Bistronomy? Chef Marc Clement has put together a tasting menu especially for the Open Day. Connoisseurs can reserve their table already.

Tasting menu from the chef

€30 Set menu
Lunch menu
Glass of wine
Water
Nespresso

€35 Set menu
Lunch menu
Glass of wine
Water
Nespresso
Dessert

The kitchen is open from 11 am to 3 pm

Program

Guided tours and future experiences run all day between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm.