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Waterwegen Wegen

2009

Public artwork in 3 parts for Rijkswaterstaat, Goes [NL], commisioned by atelier Rijksbouwmeester.

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Waterwegen wegen I
inktjet print mounted on doors and wall
157.4-177 inches

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Waterwegen wegen I
inktjet print mounted on doors and wall
157.4-177 inches

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Waterwegen wegen I
inktjet print mounted on doors and wall
157.4-177 inches

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Waterwegen wegen II
clipso print on wall
98.4-255.9 inches

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Waterwegen wegen II
clipso print on wall
98.4-255.9 inches

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Waterwegen wegen II
clipso print on wall
98.4-255.9 inches

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Waterwegen wegen II
clipso print on wall
98.4-255.9 inches

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Waterwegen wegen III
clipso print on wall
177-118 inches

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Waterwegen wegen III
clipso print on wall
177-118 inches

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Waterwegen wegen III
clipso print on wall
177-118 inches

Urban reality as picture book of desires
(Xandra de Jongh, published in ‘Smaak’, series 9, issue 43)

Photographer Hans Wilschut has made three monumental photographic works for the Rijkswaterstaat (Department of Public Works) Zeeland building in Goes. Works with a subtle intrinsic reference to the responsibilities of the organisation. Employees especially had to get used to the enormous, unfinished fly-over which protrudes from the staircase. A beautiful image, but for an organisation which, amongst others, also tackles motorways, a planalogical error of this size is difficult to stomach.

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