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Virtual installation — New York, U.S.

Rock Strangers — New York

Rock Strangers are strange objects popping up where you least expect them and having a huge effect on the urban and architectural context of the environment. Rock Strangers generate the sentiment of estrangement because of their electric orange colour. At the same time however, they evoke the primal emotions of curiosity and astonishment of man.

Arne Quinze: “A lot of cities around the globe look the same although they are located on different continents. You can still find identical buildings or the same streets. One can no longer detect any differences, people put up concrete walls around them. Building large-scaled installations makes people feel small as a human being. I hope that they start asking questions about what their function on this planet is. With my monumental sculptures I seek confrontation with my audience. I regard my work as a study about how I experience life and how people in general experience their lives.”

Swiss Alps solo exhibition

My Secret Garden — Gstaad

This solo show opened in February 2019, with lots of new paintings and sculptures. The Patricia...

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Public Art Installation

Scarlet

For the creation of Scarlet, Quinze was inspired by the Scarlet Oak. This bright red colored tree...

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Natural Chaos

Amazonia — Luxembourg

“I had the most baffling experiences during some hikes through the jungle. It is nature in its...

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