Plastics (Belgium)

Abandoned plastics factory in the capital of Belgium.

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urbex,  urban exploration,  decay,  abandoned,  belgium,  belgique, architecture,  photography,  urban,  exploration, industry, factory, plastics

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2 responses to “Plastics (Belgium)”

  1. Anonymous says :

    Ludwigs Forum Aachen had Andy Wahrhol ,but not his Brillo Boxes. Because the museum changed the concept . The new concept was to make the museum itself a museum in a museum . To stand infront of Andy Warhol’s cows in red and blue was by itself like an enlightenment. But if you don’t know who Andy Wahrhol was the cows lost their meaning. Andy Wahrhol was the Marcel Duchamp of Americans of the 1960’s.They both are good examples of the ‘ Institutional Theory of Art ‘.They are not Readymades,like Duchamp’s Fountain..Plastics (Belgium ) Telefunker is a work of Art difficult to classify.

  2. Anonymous says :

    I forgot to sign my name .Call me Taye Belew ..

    Hermann Melville in Moby Dick begins his book with ” Call me Ishmael .” The first sentence of a book has always fascinated me. Sofar the best first sentence is the one of Conrads ‘Nostromo’ I can’t find it . The second best is that from ( that I can find ) Daphne Du Maurier . My favourite: ” LAST NIGHT I DREAMT I WENT TO MANDERLEY again.” It has something musical , this sentence.

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