Daniel Libeskind: Polderland Garden of Love and Fire (1997)

Five intersecting lines mark the landscape in Almere Pampus like a strange pictorial sign. Three narrow canals, a footpath and a strip of black gravel upon which is set a sculpture that consists of aluminium walls make up the Land Art project Polderland Garden of Love and Fire by architect Daniel Libeskind. One of the greatest Spanish mystics and poets, Juan de la Cruz (1542-1591) inspired Libeskind with his poem ‘The living flame of love’. The lines of the Polderland Garden of Love and Fire connect people in different places and times. The three canals symbolize the imaginary connection between three cities: Salamanca, the city where Juan de la Cruz studied, Berlin, where Libeskind lived and worked at the time, and Almere, the place where the artwork is located. Photo's: Jordi Huisman

Daniel Libeskind: Polderland Garden of Love and Fire (1997)

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