2016-06-29T22:00:00ZN/AMarket Square, Pierhead, Clock TowerThis exhibition focuses on the impacts of Climate Change and will be scattered around the property for month of March. It will be launched at the Belgian Chamber of Commerce event.​William Sweetlove, born in Ostend, Belgium, in 1949, unites dadaism with surrealism and pop art in humoristic sculptures that at first sight may seem “kitschy”. However, closer familiarity with his works reveals their role as a creative antidote to the overproduction and overconsumption of our society.With his cloned animals William Sweetlove calls for greater ecological awareness and urges us to reflect on the consequences of the climate change challenging humanity. His cloned dogs wear boots since the sea level rises and the penguins carry water bottles since we are running out of drinking water.William Sweetlove has had exhibitions at art fairs, galleries and museums all over the world. His works are found in several private art collections. He has also participated in different art manifestations worldwide together with the Italian Cracking Art Group.GP0|#e6f265b0-0340-4296-abb9-8535f46a8477;L0|#0e6f265b0-0340-4296-abb9-8535f46a8477|Clock Tower Centre Garage;GTSet|#77ffa18a-c716-4e28-9e0f-14946dccab8f082 776 4000info@bebn.co.zahttps://www.facebook.com/atobelgium/?fref=ts082 776 4000michel@zeldaproductions.co.za<img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Launch%20of%20William%20380.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />GP0|#a6251db3-a67d-4b10-bd84-9a00a1b6bd05;L0|#0a6251db3-a67d-4b10-bd84-9a00a1b6bd05|Festival;GTSet|#75375da6-0815-46ce-a6c6-47b9173f8b3101<img alt="" src="/sites/waterfrontcontent/Home%20Page%20Images/Launch%20of%20William%20265x180.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" /><div class="ExternalClass53FAA2A1368C4E2C8344D2FD64B53087"><p>​N/A</p></div>N/AN/AGP0|#a093ca4d-f91a-4968-97b9-5d7743afbd18;L0|#0a093ca4d-f91a-4968-97b9-5d7743afbd18|launch-of-william-sweetlove-exhibition;GTSet|#8dbb8159-f73a-4db5-89b5-12dd3cd66408Market Square, Pierhead, Clock TowerThis exhibition focuses on the impacts of Climate Change and will be scattered around the property for month of March.