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October 14, 2022–February 26, 2023
This fall, M Leuven is presenting a diverse contemporary art program.
Kato Six: new show opening on October 13 presenting the work of this upcoming Belgian artist
Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa: until October 30
Film screening: La Llorona, with an introduction by Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa
Playground live art festival: November 17-20
La Ribot, Ruta Butkute, Darius Dolatyari-Dolatdoust, Esther Kläs & Gustavo Gomes, Clédat & Petitpierre, Ana Torfs, Johanna Billing, Evelien Cammaert, Hedwig Houben, Peter Morrens and Eric Minh Cuong Castaing.Kato Six
Kato Six is a Belgian artist that creates sculptures, textile art, drawings, and wall art. In her artistic practice, she explores a variety of themes and turns them into series or ensembles. An oeuvre that combines realistic and abstract art is built on recognizable and commonplace materials and items. References from the worlds of architecture, design, domesticity, and utilitarianism are crucial.
The artworks created by Kato Six are the product of a variety of approaches, with a focus on physicality and the artist’s own creation of the pieces. The materials and forms frequently allude to domestic chores and handicrafts like knitting and crocheting.
Curator: Eva Wittocx
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