Filoxenia educational equipment

Filoxenia educational equipment

Filoxenia educational equipment

The latest Filoxenia exhibition, which runs in Destelheide from July to September, offers an insight into ten years of painting by Colin Waeghe.

The title of this exhibition refers to "philos", the friend, and "xenos", the stranger.

In this sense, Filoxenia is a call to keep the stranger a friend, for he is the other in ourselves.

Colin Waeghe looks at worlds and what feels strange about them because as an artist, he has an open eye to see things in their otherness.

Just like Socrates on the canvas opposite, he questions everything and thus opens the borders to new worlds.

Below you will find a lot of materials with which you can work in class or during a workshop.

Download the Filoxenia educational package here

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