Luuse asbl aims at developing alternative methods of editing and publishing. It strives to defend a thoughtful, curious and conscious approach to the relationship between production tools, designers and users. In this perspective, Luuse asbl works by capillarity between the fields of action of pedagogy, research and commissioning.
Luuse asbl values in its activities open systems and free culture through the development of physical and digital environments, both practical and theoretical. The reciprocal transmission of knowledge and the creation of commons, both internally and externally, is a condition of its raison d'être.
Flyer design for Impersonate, an exhibition by IVRO at iMAL, Brussels.