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Brussel-Kongres / Bruxelles-Congrès, 2014.
This videowork captures the diverse architectural character of a neighbourhood that, despite its emptiness and desolation, undergoes constant new construction. The central focus is on the authenticity of the train station near the State Administrative City in Brussels, a testament to the area's variety that has endured over the years. Through a constructed soundscape and the interplay between video images, a distinct rhythm emerges. This rhythm is punctuated by subtle movements that disrupt the stillness of the images.
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