Describe yourself, your background and what you do today.
I have a background in theatre, however, today I write poetry and do performances with visual artists Philip Janssens and Marie Lancelin. I also have a solo project entitled Iceberg and I organise day or night performances called Loggia. I like to do a bit of everything; for instance today, I had an art workshop with children.
I came here to work harder and be better surrounded, which has been the case so far.
How has Brussels shaped you as an individual as well as your professional activities?
I came here to work harder and be better surrounded, which has been the case so far. I met artists I could really talk to and create things with. Brussels is a rich city, especially thanks to its inhabitants.
List three things you like the most about Brussels.
- Its many audiences for all kinds of experiences
- Its theatres and exhibition spaces
- Its night shops
List three deciding factors that converted you to bicycle use.
- Transports in Brussels are complex, for the least.
- Cycling gives you beautiful legs.
- It’s good for my back.
What are your favourite bike routes in Brussels?
I enjoy cycling anywhere at nighttime, because it’s quiet and there’s no traffic. During the day, I like speeding down from Duden Park to Sainte-Marie in Schaerbeek. Such a nice view.vimeo.com/camillelancelin