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Final598 Colour Nathan Coley

Nathan Coley

1967, United Kingdom
After twenty years, Scottish artist Nathan Coley creates a sequel to his emblematic work The Lamp of Sacrifice (140 Places of Worship, Kortrijk). This installation visualises all the spiritual places in Kortrijk – from churches and chapels to the local mosque and the Buddhist centre – represented in cardboard models. The artist took inspiration from John Ruskin's The Lamp of Beauty. In this book, Ruskin argues that there is a difference between architecture and a building: architecture has meaning, while a building is purely functional.

23 artists present inspiring work at unique locations at historical sites in Kortrijk

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