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Adopting the name and setting of a Brussels Community Center that was built as a utopian space (but is now frequented by troubled people and remains isolated from the city’s public life), the action of Ten Weyngaert is transposed into a world ruled by a spider where robots act as intermediaries between the minute monarch and a motley cast of dysfunctional archetypes. The unfolding action becomes an allegory of human behaviour under social and psychological ‘pressure.’

The film was screened or exhibited at:


  • To be continued



  • Courtesy the artists and gallery, Micheline Szwajcer, Brussels

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