La Loge is a Brussels-based space dedicated to contemporary art, architecture and theory that began its activities in 2012. Its aim is to develop a critical program that emerges from the connection to the reality it is embedded in. By inviting multivocal, heterogeneous perspectives, La Loge aims to gain a more nuanced understanding of cultural and societal issues. Architects, artists and cultural agents are invited to develop propositions in which they seek out the characteristic and the peculiar within
La Loge is a space where ideas, discussion and presentation coexist. Its identity stems from the architectural gem that houses it, as well as from the commitment and concerns of its founders. La Loge values engagement of thought and feels particularly interested in exploring questions of space, habitat and use. The intimate sphere of La Loge contributes to a context where conversations with its audience and the diversity of protagonists it invites can be initiated and
sustained. La Loge is a privately initiated non-profit association founded by architect Philippe Rotthier.
Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc explores areas often neglected by (post)colonial history through art, research, publishing, and programming. His work is characterized by a diversity of media (sound, video, text, drawing, sculpture, collections of objects) and deals with the concepts of oblivion and exploitation, as well as the violent nature of official narratives and archives.