Twinning Towns, Twinning Art

This piece of art facing the renaissance castle of Hadamar was erect to honour the anniversary of the twinning of the town with Bellerive-sur-Allie in France.

The top part are weathered, broken pieces of wood, the bottom are bricks and sandstone rocks, some with messages scratched in, and bits and pieces baked in between, some sculpted like the mouse or the head, others found like the snail, the tile, the grip.

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2 thoughts on “Twinning Towns, Twinning Art

    1. I think it was one of those pieces of art that’s a team effort under the guidance of an artist. On some of the bricks are names or messages scratched. But I couldn’t find any detailed information about it.

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