Trilingual edition

Since the 1950s, Belgian artist Camiel Van Breedam (born 1936) has created assemblies, driven by an existential preoccupation connected to the question of the survival of the human race. These assemblies represent his rejection of injustice in the world abuse of power, imprisonment, repression and deadly violence.

At the same time, however, the artist reveals that which endures, and his work also becomes a silent ode to the Earth and to the world as it might have been.

To accompany the exhibition at the In Flanders Fields museum from 10 July until 4 October 2009 (Lakenhalle Grote Market 34 8900 Ypres).