Zenne Lied

Sewer Museum

Do you ever think about all the water running under your feet? Or how these underground currents also have an impact above the ground? Lotte Van Gelder makes the invisible visible. Her waterfall of movements goes hand in hand with an installation the local residents made with the Sewer Museum, one of the few places in Brussels where you can see the Senne!

 

Duration: 1h

Partner(s) : Lotte Van Gelder / Flavia Passigli

Sewer Museum
Porte d’Anderlecht | Anderlechtsepoort
1000 Bruxelles/Brussel

About the exhibition

An unusual trip into a very hidden side of Brussels but an absolutely vital one for the existence of the city. And unlike other museums, this one is active, with the river Senne playing the leading rol.

The sewer network under the city of Brussels is nearly 350 km long! Do you know what’s happening there?

The Sewer Museum invites you on this unusual trip into a very hidden side of Brussels but which is absolutely vital for the running of the city.

A museum that tells the story of when, why and how the sewers were built, that describes the jobs people do in this underground world and that explains the city’s water cycle.

Tickets

02/10/2020

17h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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18h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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19h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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20h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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21h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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10/10/2020

14h00 (FR / NL / EN )


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15h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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16h00 (FR / NL / EN)


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