Walking Through

Photo: Kim Toft Jørgensen/Sønderborg Kommune
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6470 Sydals

The sculpture “Walking Through” is found at the village Lysabild, it is one of the 7 art designs within the art project “Reflections”, a more permanent celebration of the 100 year anniversary of the Reunion in 1920.

The sculpture, made by artist Jo Köser, symbolises the past and the present. The sculpture, made out of steel, measures 2.8 x 1.28 x 1.28 metres.

You can read more about the artwork, the thoughts behind it and the artist in the Danish/German web-catalogue.

The art project “Reflections” is financed by Fabrikant Mads Clausens Fond.

The inauguration of the sculpture “Walking Through” is a bit of a reunion story of its own. The first date for the inauguration was cancelled due to the COVID-19 lockdown in Denmark.

Now we are allowed to reunite - with distance… 

The new date of the inauguration is 27 September 2020 and free tickets has to be booked at the homepage www.genforeningen2020.dk  

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Kegnæsvej/Lysabildgade

6470 Sydals

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