drunken art

ImageImageBelgian scent artist Peter de Cupere has been busy. His current installations at Middle Gate Geel ’13 “Wine Table” and “Drunken” invites spectators to explore the connections between religion and emotion in outsider art. The smell component is, as one would expect, the smells of the alcohol transposed into the body of the artist.

This image of the stereo sound odor device gives some clues about what Peter might be developing in a future project.

“Drunken” is ongoing until December 22, 2013

Fri, Sat, Sun  10:00 tot 17:00 (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu closed)

De Halle, Markt 1 – 2440 Geel
Gasthuismuseum, Gasthuismuseum 1 – 2440 Geel
St. Dimpnakerk, Sint Dimpnaplein – 2440 Geel
Kunsthuis Yellow Art, Pas 204 – 2440 Geel

Paris beyond Proust


The École National Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs has partnered with IFF on “Lost in Paris,” a multifaceted design exhibit commemorating the City of Lights. The show includes an olfactory piece on memory called “Outside Paris.”

“Lost in Paris” now until January 11, 2014
Le Lieu du Design at 74 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine