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Lupine sculpture — Studio, Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Hokkaido

Lupines are told to be good companions for vegetables in your garden as they fertilise the soil with nitrogen. Nature has designed ecosystems with such sophisticated perfection, we could only learn from it. Where farmers are fighting nature with monoculture, Lupines have stopped growing. Arne Quinze thinks nature should be our ally. It's all about finding and staying in balance among numerous diverse entities. That's why the lupine became object of his study and inspired him for the creation of this sculpture, the 'Hokkaido Lupine'.

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