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Natural Chaos

Satellite

Natural Chaos Satellites is Arne Quinze's response to the lack of diversity in our society and a metaphor for the artist's constant search for diversity. They scan our world in search of pure beauty, constantly processing the information provided by the artist in a metamorphosis of form, color and rhythm.

Quinze is convinced that our current urban planning falls short of nature. This results in monotonous cities without diversity. He therefore strives to pay more attention to the study of nature, and the manner in which nature maintains its balance despite all its diversity. For him, a more coherent coexistence with nature lies at the very foundation of more pleasing and culturally rich cities.

Natural Chaos Satellites is the synthesis of the artist's quest for diversity. His inspiration derived from colorful fauna, organic natural phenomena, and the rhythm with which our flora evolves, has led the artist to the creation of this series.

258 x 155 x 225 cm

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