Our region lacks visibility in terms of natural space. In this sense, REMIX NATURE sees itself as a call to an active and activating form of a redevelopment that will mobilise the population and at the same time will always refer back to tradition and cultural heritage. And this call is one thing above all: full of the future.
Landscapes, heterogeneous settlement structures, disused industrial sites and a highly complex patchwork of infrastructure all sit very close together in the south. The old industrial sites are noteworthy landmarks; especially Belval, which was turned into a university location as part of a comprehensive redevelopment plan, whose entire architectural ensemble, with its characteristic furnaces, defines the landscape, both on the northern Luxembourg side and from the south, from France.
In order to make a new visibility for the region as a whole possible, jamming will play a central role, involving artistic interventions using projections, graffti, performances and installations.