The Sequence, a colourful work of art which kindles curiosity
Rue de Louvain
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The Sequence is a strange and original wooden work of art by Flemish artist Arne Quinze, already known for his wooden artwork exhibited in public.
Since 2008 it has been possible to see it in the Rue de Louvain. The vibrant colour of his contemporary trees surprises you through the contrast created with a much more drab urban area.
15m high and 18m long, this work connects two of the Flemish Parliament's buildings.
The artist's desire is to imagine a connection between people just like the connection between these two buildings.
How to get there?
Rue de Louvain, 1000 Brussels
Metro: Madou or Parc/Park station.
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