"In year 2000 Henri Pousseur was asked by Philippe Samyn, architect of Brussels who likes to work in association with other arts, to lend his support to the plan for the construction of a business complex by one of the most important building enterprises in the country. There were four low buildings arranged like different parts of a medieval castle-village, grouped around a kind of large open central court. Leaning on the suggested image, Pousseur immediately suggested that the first spinal-column be composed of an electronic carillon, sounding in variations every hour, thus making the hours between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m. All the images, obtained through extensive digital treatments, were conceived and manipulated by Henri Poussuer. Heavy coardboard slipcase with 3CDs and 60 pages booklet." (label info)
in stock | IT| 2004| ALGA MARGHEN | 54.90

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