Koninklijk Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp, Belgium
Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst, Antwerp, Belgium
Middelheim Open-Air Museum for Sculpture, Antwerp, Belgium
Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, Deurle, Belgium
Kunsthalle Lophem/Center for Contemporary Art, Loppem, Begium
Museum of Fine Arts, Ghent, Belgium
S.M.A.K. Museum of Contemporary Art, Ghent, Belgium
Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels, Begium
Rene Magritte Museum, Brussels, Begium
Musee d'Art moderne et d'Art contemporain, Liège, Begium
So how will the museums and art of the future look like after the biological revolution?
At the equinox 2009, when the Sun crossed the equator, marking the beginning of autumn, "the growing signs" are maturated again and manifested what autumn is all about: a celebration of fruitfulness and abundance. Tthe outgrowths are ripe now and ready to drop their seeds.
And of course, as before, they epidemically appeared on the walls of 10 belgian museums.
indeed, it was the period of culmination and excess.
This time in the project took part Brazilian artist Eliane Paulino, who developed her own vision of "g-signs" and created the new family of unique creatures.
Please go to our web to see more pictures from the “g-signs #1, #2, and #3” in Europe, please go to: www.aljoscha.org
Below the Brazilian artist Eliane Paulino, developed her own vision of "g-signs" and created new family members of bioism creatures: