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Jul 1, 2017

SCULPTING ON AIR

A church can be the crux of one's life, or simply a physical structure that blends into its surroundings. This is what lies at the heart of "Reading between the Lines", an art installation which merges landscape, heritage and religion in the public space of Borgloon, Belgium.

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