Mistik by Hana Miletić

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About Mistik

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Materials - Mistik, 2020

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The Best Husband (Najbolji muž)

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Online Reading Group with Hana Miletić

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Mistik by Hana Miletić


La Loge presents Mistik, an intimate exhibition of a new work by Hana Miletić that is the result of a collaboration with the artist as part of First Sight, La Loge’s support community and programme. The pandemic having interrupted First Sight's activities, the funds initially destined for the support group were used to commission a shared work based on the idea of community.

In her work, Hana Miletić is inspired by repairs she observes and photographs in the public space. The works she weaves on the basis of these patterns invite us to reflect on the economic and social conditions and consequences of work such as acceleration, standardization and transparency.

The exhibition of her work at La Loge is supplemented by the presentation of Ursula K. Le Guin’s essay The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction (1986) and a film screening. In addition to the reflections on weaving and commonality generated by the juxtaposition of Le Guin’s essay and Miletić’s work, the 1968 short film Najbolji muž by the Yugoslav-Serb director Vera Jocić evokes notions such as autonomous organization, collectivity and emancipation opportunities that are central to Hana Miletić 's practice too.

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A Common Breath


A Common Breath is an online and on-site public programme. It unfolds around four chapters and an installation you can visit at La Loge. Those events will showcase performances, film screenings, discussions among scholars and artists on decolonisation and ecology. Through this programme, we will discuss the possibility of a new relationship between these issues.

Chiara Fumai

Autumn 2021

In November, 2020, the Centre d’Art Contemporain Genève inaugurated Poems I Will Never Release the first retrospective of the oeuvre of Chiara Fumai (b. Rome, 1978–d. Bari, 2017). The exhibition will be presented at Centro Pecci, Prato (Spring 2021), La Loge, Brussels (Autumn 2021) and La Casa Encendida, Madrid (2022).



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 their practices.

La Loge is a space where ideas, discussion and presentation coexist.

La Loge’s 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.


La Loge is located in a former Masonic temple built in 1934-1935 by Modernist architects Fernand Bodson and Louis Van Hooveld. The building had been commissioned by the Freemason Obedience Le Droit Humain, which was first implemented in Belgium in 1912.

The temple is part of a group of four houses – a garage and a house, both from 1927, and an artist's studio, from 1930 – designed by Fernand Bodson. The complex forms a small but exceptional Modernist site in Brussels.

Bodson and Van Hooveld's architectural project for the building breaks with the Egyptian style that had traditionally served as the main source of inspiration in the conception of Masonic temples and envisages instead the development of a modern temple in line with the progressive character of Le Droit Humain. The building hosted the activities of Le Droit Humain until 1976; from 1984 to 2011, the former lodge housed the Museum of the AAM (Archives d’Architecture Moderne).


Director & curator
Wim Waelput

Communication & curator of public programs
Antoinette Jattiot

Jelrik Hupkes

External staff
Laure Decock (First Sight ambassador)
Benjamin Jaubert & Arthur Jules (production)
Boy Vereecken & Antoine Begon (visual identity)
Lola Pertsowsky (exhibition photography)
Antoine Begon (web development)

Honorary President
Philippe Rotthier

Board & Assemblee Members
Caroline Mierop, chair (2016-2021)
Thierry Belenger (2016-2021)
Aude-Line Dulière (2016-2021)
Geneviève François (2016-2021)
Pierre Iserbyt (2016-2021)

Assemblee Members
Kersten Geers
Zoë Gray
Dimitri Jeurissen
Michel Leloup
Bartomeu Marí
Valerie Verhack

Former team members
Anne-Claire Schmitz, founding director (2012-2019)
Laura Herman (2016-2020)
Ailsa Cavers, Aurélia Defrance, Marie de Gaulejac
Former interns: Giulia Blasig, Federica Buzzi, Antoine Carbonne, Maxime Goudron, Leonardo Dellanoce, Jef Declercq, Sophie Fitze, Laila Melchior, Giulia Morucchio, Marilena Lolou, Yoel Pytowski, Deborah Rozenberg, Jailee Rychen, Margaux Schwarz, Jeppe Ugelvig


Due to the coronavirus epidemic, we introduced a quota per hour to spread the number of visitors safely throughout the day. Entrance is free but we strongly advice you to reserve your time slot. Nevertheless, if the gauges allow it, we can also welcome you without reservation.

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La Loge is supported by Philippe Rotthier Foundation, the Flemish Government, the Vlaamse Gemeenschapscommissie (VGC) and First Sight, La Loge's community of engaged individuals and organizations. La Loge receives additional support from municipality of Ixelles- Elsene.

First Sight Members

Almine Rech Gallery
Dvir Gallery
Galerie Greta Meert
Rodolphe Janssen
Zeno X Gallery
Mevr. Siska Bulkens
Mevr. Ann Cesteleyn
Dhr. Louis Cesteleyn
Mevr. Laure Decock & Dhr. Pieter De Walsche
Mevr. Catherine De Dijcker & Dhr. Luc Cesteleyn
Mme Charlotte Friling
Dhr. Frederick Gordts
M. Pierre Iserbyt & Mme Michèle Didier
M. Dimitri Jeurissen & Mme Jeanna Criscitiello
Mevr. Lien Lannoo
Mme Anne Pètre & M. Christophe Steyaert
Mme Isabella Ritter & M. Hampus Lindwall
Dhr. Louis-Philippe Van Eeckhoutte
Mevr Wendy Verreydt
Dhr. Marc Vandecandelaere (Wilgelover)
Dhr. Bert Van Welden

As well as all those who wish to remain anonymous

About First Sight

First Sight, La Loge’s support community and programme, offers the opportunity to become an active member of La Loge and engage more deeply with its ideas, whilst meeting other like-minded people. Experimenting with a unique model of programming offered exclusively for supporters, First Sight offers exchange and apprenticeship through casual and precise encounters.

Membership to First Sight costs €1.000 (individual membership) or €2.000 (organizations and companies).

For more information about First Sight, please call us at +32 (0)2 644 42 48 or email


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