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Brussel-Kongres / Bruxelles-Congrès, 2014. 
This videowork portrays the diverse architectural character of a neighbourhood that, despite its emptiness and desolation, is in a constant state of new construction. The primary focus is on the authenticity of the station located near the State Administrative City in Brussels, which has been preserved over the years and stands as a testament to the area's variety.

Through a constructed soundscape and the interplay between video images, a particular rhythm is established. This rhythm is punctuated by small movements that disrupt the stillness of the images.


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