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PNEUMA/ Justice Palace/ Charles Kaisin

Jul 4, 2011
For the Brussels Bar’s bicentenary, Charles Kaisin created a spectacular and poetic installation in the Courthouse’s lobby.  A total of 10 000 origamis, folded with the help of Sint-Gillis Prison’s...
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For the Brussels Bar’s bicentenary, Charles Kaisin created a spectacular and poetic installation in the Courthouse’s lobby.  A total of 10 000 origamis, folded with the help of Sint-Gillis Prison’s inmates, are forming a gigantic wave taking up the center of the space.  The paper used to fold the origamis comes from old codes provided by the Bar. The installation is like a “Pneuma”, from the greek origin it means Breath.

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