Gheysens assists in building up artworks for the Bruges Triennial
More than five million people visit Bruges every year. What if they also continued to live there? What if a protected historic city like Bruges would suddenly develop into a megapolis? That is the starting point of the Contemporary Art and Architecture Triennial Bruges 2015.
Eighteen international artists set to work on this fact. They created new work that can be seen in an art trail in Bruges' city center. They ask questions and reflect on the future and potential of the city, on urbanization, citizenship, housing and coexistence, economy, energy, space and sound, the values that guide us. Gheysens Cranes & Transport was called upon for the placement, assembly and logistics experience in Bruges' city center.