Isaac Cordal | Urban interventions for Namur

They have already invaded London, Berlin, Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Malmö and more recently Brussels.

The miniature sculptures by Spanish artist Isaac Cordal stimulate the imagination of passers-by. As part of Namur Confluent Culture, around 40 of them will be installed in the streets of Namur. Ironically, but also poetically, these human figurines tell a story and raise questions. They cast a critical eye on the consumer society, draw attention to the absurdity of our existence, castigate social inequalities. Street artist Isaac Cordal empathizes with his little people and invites you, at the corner of a street, to reflect on the role and the place we occupy in society. Or quite simply to take a fresh and curious look at the city and its most fragile inhabitants.

Organised by All About Things for Ville de Namur.
More information on Isaac via his website.
Photography courtsey of the artist.