After decorating the Botanique with his massive frescoes, Vincent Glowinski (a.k.a. Bonom) occupies the Museum space with a procession of fascinating creatures from another time.
With Mater Museum, Vincent Glowinski turns the Museum into the site of an internal archaeology. His bones, fossils and other primitive forms, seemingly escaped from a natural history museum, turn the spotlight on the idea of origins. It is therefore no surprise that he should turn his attention to his own origins, invoking the figure of the mother. Works by his own mother, Agnès Debizet, are displayed alongside his own sculptures in an immersive and unsettling presentation.
The exhibition becomes the drama of a filial bond in which unexpected objects, prehistoric remains, remnants and memories accumulate and intertwine.
In 2015 Bonom was one Crosstalks' guests for the second Entr'Acte with Jorgen D'Hondt.
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