Søren Andreasen
Mass and Order (2013)
4 linocuts

Alejandro Cesarco
The Reader (2011)
installation with slide show, 17’

Keren Cytter
Corrections (2013) 
video, sound, 10’

Josef Dabernig
Excursus on Fitness (2010)
video, black & white, sound, 12’

Edgardo Aragón Díaz
Family Effects (2007-2009)
video, sound, 26’

Paul Hendrikse 
Writing Over Over (2009)

Louise Hervé & Chloé Maillet
The Waterway (2013)
video, sound, excerpt, approx. 5’

Pernille With Madsen & Yvette Brackman
Foreign Material (2013)
papier-mâché, chain, motor

Pablo Pijnappel
Lucas (2013)
sound installation

David Shrigley
Rules of the Church (2013)

Church Of Our Lady-Across-The-Dyle


Like St Rumbold’s Cathedral, this is an outstanding example of Brabantine Gothic, built in stages between the fourteenth and the late-sixteenth century. One of the architects was Rombout II Keldermans, who also had a hand in St Rumbold’s and the Court of Busleyden.

The church was badly damaged by the German invasion and by allied bombing during the two world wars. Its appearance today is the result of renovations in the 1960s and at the beginning of this century. The tower houses a carillon with some fifty bells.

Trade guilds used to have altars here. One such was the fishmongers’ guild which commissioned Peter Paul Rubens to paint the powerful polyptych depicting the Bible story of the Miraculous Draught of Fishes (1619).

This church is home to an active Roman Catholic community.