NNENNA OKORE | 2021
For the monumental fabric And the World Keeps Turning, Okore drew inspiration from the common brick façades in Bruges and the technique of lace-making. The textile installation accentuates the shape of the tower, a late medieval relic where gunpowder was stored. The textile sculpture is composed of a succession of amorphous shapes made of weather-resistant PVC that temporarily change the appearance of the tower. Okore's installation is a metaphor for how time intrudes, keeps spinning and literally moves like a circle, just like the sun.
Vermeir & Heiremans | 2015
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HENRIQUE OLIVEIRA | 2021
The hidden archaeological remains of the first medieval city wall inspired Oliveira's contribution. The wooden branches of...
Anne K. Senstad | 2015
GOLD GUIDES ME Als stadsbewoners worden we constant herinnerd aan geld, handel en bezit. Rondom ons zien we markten, winkels, beurzen, banken ... We worden om d...