Library of Momu
MoMu believes that direct contact with materials and techniques can be very educational. That is why MoMu has created a study collection, which is available for visitors to examine close up.
MoMu Library continues to offer digital research assistance. In addition, it is possible to visit the reading room by appointment (individual appointments, no group appointments allowed). Send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you in the best way possible.
MOMU LIBRARY HOUSE RULES
We try to assist you first from a safe distance. Email email@example.com with your request and our library assistants will try to scan the material and email you back!
You can visit the reading room by appointment only. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Book an individual appointment by mail. Group reservations are not allowed
Book your appointment at least 3 days beforehand
No reservation = no entrance
No facemasks = no entrance
We’re happy to assist you remotely.
- Send an email with your request to email@example.com.
- Our library assistants will answer your question as soon as possible.
- If possible, we scan the requested information from our resources.
Search through the complete MoMu Library collection here: momu.be/en/library
They Look Of Reading,
We Look From Lacking
Pensive yet unaware, they are not here, but elsewhere; or so it seems. Disrupted but unoffended, they pause from absorption. — by Colby Vexler & Justin Clement
new fashion histories
The concept of the ‘archive’ seems to have captured once more the contemporary moment in fashion. — by Laura Gardner
From top to bottom
A header on a page is worn like a hat on the head. It is there as a part of a uniform that can indicate the wearers job, the books title and the stage of development in the narrative. — by Emma Singleton
Her hand nuzzled
into his pocket
How the novel frees the garment of/from? fashion — by Femke de Vries
Keeping your heart in
a fabric padded pouch
Why do we wear our hearts on our sleeves? Why do we pad out our love as though its bound to hurt? Why does a heartbeat reverberate through the fabric of the skin? — by Emma Singleton