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Ede The Netherlands - its site specific public sculpture seen from the satellite - a satellite image of urban sculptural design in Ede The Netherlands.

A satellite image of an environmental - urban Land Art project in Ede, the Netherlands.closer
urban oasis - 1989/1993 - environmental sculpture with swamp cypresses and retaining walls, center De Rietkampen, Ede NL

In De Rietkampen, a new area in the city of Ede I was asked to submit a proposal for the incorporation of public art around a reservoir in the center of a new section of the town, De Rietkampen. The pond was originally projected as a triangle. I changed it to a rectangle in order to symbolize the merging of the two axial directions of De Rietkampen with a row of Swamp Cypresses continuing from their position on the shore of the canal into the water, where they grow exceptionally well. In time they will be standing in the middle of the water with their air roots - a view which can be found in the Everglades.

To see see the work from eye level click this image - and for the viewer who knows Dutch there is the newspaper De Gelderlander which lacks good journalists

In De Rietkampen, a new area in the city of Ede I was asked to submit a proposal for the incorporation of public art around a reservoir in the center of a new section of the town, De Rietkampen. The pond was originally projected as a triangle. I changed it to a rectangle in order to symbolize the merging of the two axial directions of De Rietkampen with a row of Swamp Cypresses continuing from their position on the shore of the canal into the water, where they grow exceptionally well. In time they will be standing in the middle of the water with their air roots - a view which can be found in the Everglades.

To see see the work from eye level click this image - and for the viewer who can read Dutch there is the newspaper De Gelderlander which lacks good journalists.

Ede Holland and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend

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