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UNVOLUMETRIC ARCHITECTURE - Lelystad Holland and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend - his site specific sculptures ordered by the city of Lelystad

UNVOLUMETRIC ARCHITECTURE - Lelystad Holland and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend - his site specific sculptures ordered by the city of Lelystad
1985|1986 land art project with red steel element  - 100x200x7.50m - test circuit and test center of the national Road and Transport Department of The Netherlands - Lelystad Flevopolder NL (the work has been demolished in the early nineties)

 

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"Homage to El Lissitzky

1984-1986
Lelystad, Netherlands

Homage to El Lissitzky is an earthwork located on the test circuit of the Dutch transport centre, an area reclaimed from the sea and drained. The designer was able to make use of 17,000 cubic metres of leftover earth to create this crescent, whose summit rises to the maximum height permitted by the amount of earth available. The idea of the project is taken from Land Art, the concept of a simple geometric figure identifying a space."


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