Adler Murada Reader/Rideaux
Adler Murada proposes an intervention in the space and texture of the beurscafé/slowcafé, conjuring up a layered narrative made of words, archival traces and retraced images. Echoing his film installation, this textile work taps into complex histories of migration, displacement and uprooting through an observation of communities of parakeet birds in Brussels. Through forms of speculative fiction, the artist uses the fluid surface of a curtain to map out the lives and trajectories of those birds who were initially brought to the city to be exposed during Brussels’ 1958 Universal Exhibition, then made their way (and home) in today’s (sub)urban parks.
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