For the second time, Strasbourg is making art with the elements that constitute the soul of the industry. Thirty works are exhibited in the city’s public squares from June 3 to 13. The fruit of an 18-month cooperation between corporate sponsors, artists and public authorities, which showcases the industrial heritage through multiple statues of forged and deformed steel, brick, wood, stone or else of glass.
The previous edition brought together 330,000 people in Strasbourg in 2018. This year, you will be able to walk around a 7-meter-high Tower of Babel, a fairly familiar puma or even alphanumeric displays that form words to from artificial intelligence. L’Usine Nouvelle has reserved its selection of a few works for its subscribers.
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