jueves, 21 de mayo de 2009


The sequence·aereal view·image from Studio Arne Quinze 
The sequence·night view·image from Studio Arne Quinze

The sequence·aereal view·image from our friend & artist Marta Miguel

The excellent work of sculputral interventions in public space of the Belgian artist Arne Quinze is recognized throughout the world. Among his ephemeral installations I would like to highlight "The Sequence", an interesting public installation in Brussels made of wood and concrete that searchs to connect physically and symbolically the Flemish Parliament and the House of Flemish Representatives. As Arne Quinze explains "THE SEQUENCE bridges the communication gap between people and generates movement in the city. I want to reconnect people an let them interact with each other like they did in the past on squares. At least people talked to each other ". Nobody is indifferent to his powerful ephemeral sculpture that seems to be alive, trying to move through the street, spilling over the streets in an attempt to demand our attention, engaging in dialogue with us an also offering a protective hand using his big nest´s texture. I recommend you to visit Arne Quinze´s website and take a time to see his videos about installations.

posted by Ana Maria Vicens

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