Fred Eerdekens - Twijfelgrens

In Borgloon, Fred Eerdekens (BE) shows a folded line in the landscape. Along the Roman Road (Romeinse Kassei) you will find a wooden-like sculpture where you – only when looking from the right angle – can read the word ‘twijfelgrens’ (doubt border). Fred Eerdekens often uses language as a medium for his artworks. At the same time, his work is a reflection on how language works. For Twijfelgrens you have to assume the right position to be able to read the ‘concealed’ word and to gain insight.

Location: Twijfelgrens has moved (april 2013)

New location: walking path between the Grootloonstraat and the Roman Road (Romeinse Kassei).

Access: Twijfelgrens is only accessible by foot or by bicycle. If you come by car, please park on the (Pb) parking at Sint-Truidersteenweg between Grootloonstraat and Neremstraat and continue by foot. From the parking you may follow the orange or yellow walking route.

With cooperation of Agentschap voor Natuur en Bos

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05.06.2011 de 14u00 à 17u00
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