The Belgian artist Sven 't Jolle shows in the outdoor sculpture assembled, lying bronze objects that look like wooden boxes. These enlarge from the outside to the inside. On the middle and highest element, a cup, a warming pot, a white-wrapped package and a kettle suggest an improvised seating area with a table. The scenery is reminiscent of a break situation on a construction site and, between the LHM and the parking lot at Hoeschplatz, appears abandoned and inviting at the same time.
Sven 't Jolle
The title refers to a lunch break as a protest against the increasing exploitation of labor. The sculpture combines permanence through its setting of concrete and at the same time uselessness due to the absence of construction personnel.