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Introduction

Enough Room for Space (ERforS) is an interdependent art initiative that initiates and coordinates events, residencies, research projects and exhibitions worldwide. ERforS acts as freely as possible, always putting the context and the idea before the medium, challenging the barriers between different disciplines (artistic, scientific or activist).

Dialogue is central to the way ERforS has initiated and developed projects since 2005. Our aim is to closely relate both to the practices and interests of the artists involved as well as the different contexts where we exhibit or produce new works. We take time to develop ideas parallel to each other, to experiment and exchange ideas relating to common fields of interest and explore adjacent fields of knowledge. For this reason we mostly work on long-term projects, that take shape and find direction by the various input and energy of the different partners and participants.

ERforS wants to expose, manipulate and invent different modes of being part of this constant changing world. How do we position ourselves, as Homo Sapiens Sapiens amidst all other life on Earth? By working in different cultural contexts worldwide, ERforS tries to generate discussion and engage with emerging social, political and ecological issues, both historic, current and in the future.

 

Enough Room for Space 

As a continuous support behind the different temporary projects, the ERforS building in Belgium provides a constant space for production, presentation and research, including two residencies and collective work & exhibition spaces.

The exhibitions always relate to current ongoing research projects. These are either curated group exhibitions or solo presentations of artists involved in these projects.

ERforS does not conform to the logic of an institutional space, but aims to create a fluid space where life and work intertwine.

Enough Room for Space does not have regular opening hours but you're most welcome to make an appointment.