9 Visions of Brussels

Rue du Marché aux Poulets | Kiekenmarkt
1000 Brussels

lat : 50.849494
lng : 4.349136

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| by Marion Demeulenaere

Update: 08/06/2020

Marion Demeulenaere is one of the nine winners of the “9 visions” call for projects. Launched in 2018, this call for projects brought together nine artists and focused on a specific theme. The 30 metres of fences, located on the rue du Marché aux Poulets and, in part, surrounding the future administrative centre of the City of Brussels, are the canvas on which the artists have a small space to express themselves on the theme “BXL bouge pour vous, avec vous et grâce à vous” (BXL moves for you, with you and thanks to you). The aim is to showcase Brussels as a creative, vibrant city that is constantly evolving – a city that is embracing modernity; a smart city.

The piece developed for this project is a tribute to Jacques Brel, highlighting the fact that Brussels is eager to keep its history alive while being a vibrant and innovative city, and that it remains united despite its cosmopolitan nature.