A NEW WAVE OF EXTRAORDINARY
Maasmechelen Village is delighted to present an art installation by Brussels art duo KRJST led by La Cambre graduates Erika Schillebeeckx and Justine de Moriamé, considered part of the New Wave of Belgian Designers.
This bespoke makeover by KRJST is their largest installation to date. Discover the works of KRJST throughout the Village, with monumental weavings, sculptures and more, which transform the Village into an enchanted garden. Take a moment to appreciate the art and discover the richness of the fabrics and the artists' imagination.
Visit the dedicated KRJST experience space (open daily between 11am - 7pm) to complete your multisensory journey – you can even take a thread home!
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KRJST was founded in 2012 by La Cambre fashion graduates Erika Schillebeeckx (KR) and Justine De Moriamé (JST), who quickly established themselves as part of the Belgian ‘Nouvelle Vague’ (New Wave) designers, with their experimental and abstract prints. Inspired by Far Eastern mediation and a passion to reinvigorate the traditional Belgian technique of tapestry weaving for the twenty-first century, their innovative designs reflect the results of their eclectic approach. As their visual experimentation and interests have evolved, KRJST has developed into an artistic duo working in diverse media including painting, photography, 3D design and sculpture. Now equally at home in international art galleries as well in their studio in Brussels, KRJST’s multi-disciplinary approach challenges perceptions of what constitutes fashion and art, fantasy and reality.