Posted in: Urban & Rural Scenes | Public Art
Tags: documentary | manipulated | conceptual | people | statue | street scenes | urban | selective coloring | vertical format
In May 2012, Touché-Coulé, an urban art blog, organized a strategy game—Urban Disorders—in Brussels, Belgium, where participants concealed the faces of statues with bright red boxes to force us to reflect on the impact of public spaces in a city.
Statue: composer “Béla Bartók” by Hungarian sculptor Imre Varga (1923–2019), Place d’Espagne, Brussels
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