Art installation in the BnL green space unveiled “Futurs possibles, passés probables” by Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil

The National Library of Luxembourg, the Public Building Administration and the Ministry of Culture invited visitors to the unveiling of the sculptural installation by artists Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil, exhibited in the BnL’s green space. The work is known by its title Futurs possibles, passés probables (Possible futures, probable pasts), and encourages reflection on history, memory and the future.

At the opening of the work, the artists explained that their creation is a subtle blend of materials and forms that recall key periods in history, while leaving room for imagination and interpretation. Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in this enigmatic visual universe, where historical elements mingle with visions of the future, creating a dialogue between past, present and future.

These themes resonate perfectly with the BnL’s remit as guardian of the country’s cultural heritage.

Martine Feipel and Jean Bechameil are the winners of the competition for the library’s Kunst am Bau (1% artistic contribution to the construction of a new public building). Integrating works of art into public buildings is one of the many ways in which art can be made accessible to as many people as possible, and be integrated into everyday life. These places thus become cultural focal points, giving important visibility to artistic expression.

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