The Marriage of Architecture and Dynamic Perspective
Belgian Architectural Duo, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, has created what can either be understood as sculpture or structures that fade into their environment. The buildings in “Reading Between the Lines” are modeled after the architecture of area churches. The duo, which is composed of Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh, hope to create art that is truly dynamic. The building seemingly melds into the surrounding landscape depending on where the viewer is standing. Moreover, when standing inside the structure, the abstract lines divide your surroundings and challenge your perspective. Gijs Van Vaerenbergh hope to encourage viewers to consider their present outlook.
Are these sculptures, or are these illusions dissolving into their surroundings?
Do These Sculptures Inspire You To Consider Dynamic Perspectives In Your Own Life?
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