Public Sculptures by Arne Quinze seen at Rue de Nimy, Mons - The Passenger

The Passenger

The Passenger, a massive 85m long and 16m high wooden sculpture found at the Rue de Nimy was created by Arne Quinze. According to Arne, this red, white and black sculpture symbolizes the flow of people and their cultural evolution. Besides building architectural sculptures, Arne creates complex art pieces and video installations inscribing his vision in a society of how people see themselves and society.
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