Matrimony Walk: a journey beyond the gendered walls of Brussels x Muntpunt
Can you imagine what a feminist city could look like? What are the building blocks for a more gender inclusive or gender sensitive architecture? How can gender relations and restrictions be subverted in our daily habitat? This guided tour will provide a practical toolbox for architects, urban planners, decision-makers an citizens to reflect on urban planning and architecture from a more egalitarian perspective. This tour will be guided by Apolline Vranken, architect, founder of the non-profit organisation L'architecture qui dégenre and organiser of the Matrimony Days. ─ In collaboration with Muntpunt | Next Wave: visions on feminism. Learn more about present-day feminism with 25 non-fiction books, recommended by organisations in Brussels that are shaping the next wave. Delve into books that explain, underpin, complement or counter contemporary feminism. For beginners and veterans, and everything before, after and in between.
Place du Béguinage 1000 Brussels | Max. 25 people | EN | Mandatory registration | FREE