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I think. I only think because I begin. (diary entry, 1991)

The beginning: March 16th 1990. /crox 1/

October 1994, a new beginning. /crox 22/

Title of a review by Dirk Pültau: A new beginning. (De Gentenaar, January 1995)

Again: September 2003. /crox 105/

The start of a new, more experimental approach: crox 118, the first solo project of American artist CarianaCarianne.

The ritual of opening speaches began in 1994.
The first one happened at the opening of a project by Dirk Peers. /crox 23/

The first concert is by Peter Vermeersch, solo on saxophone during the solemn opening of En Passant in 1991.

The first person who was excluded from the society by an Exceptional General Meeting. /is/ Which was indirectly brought about by the second person who was excluded from the society by an Exceptional General Meeting. 

The first publication is the catalogue of En Passant in 1991. The first book is Maud Vande Veire's. The first croxcards are published in 1994. They aren't printed but xeroxed. The first crox-card which was sold out was the one by Michaël Borremans.  First reprint: crox-card 39, Charte, by Christophe Lezaire.

The first piece from the series copy arts is by Sjoerd Paridaen. The second series starts with a work by Jurgen O. Olbrich.

Though croxhapox at the time was strictly non-commercial, Andre Posman (crox 6) creates a precedent in May 1991. Everything has a beginning.

The first project in Aannemersstraat is a solo by Herr Seele.

The first project where both floors are used is Thomas Hauser's in 1997.

The first project in Lucas Munichstraat is a solo by Frans Gentils.

The first project in crox2 is a solo by Carole Vanderlinden.

The first project in crox3 is a solo by Stefaan Dheedene.

The first project in the cube space is by the artist who designed it, Adriaan Verwée.