A live drawing performance on the main shopping high-street on Søndergade, the mural was created over 4 days. The motifs and buildings were taken from around the world. The source of the inspiration came out of researching where all of the people in Horsens came from.

Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon. Photo by Anne-Mai Vig Mott.

Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon. Photo by Anne-Mai Vig Mott.

Horsens Kommune handed Daniel van der Noon a document which validated that there were in fact people from more than half of the countries in the world living in Horsens – albeit in small numbers, and oftentimes due to foreign exchange students. Nevertheless, Daniel thought this was a unifying feature of such a small city of around 80.000 inhabitants! Taking iconic buildings from around the world the skyline directly reflected back on to the high-street the global community that inspired the drawing. Acrylic markers on glass (removable)

Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon. Photo by Anne-Mai Vig Mott.

Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon

Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon Window drawing at Kuben by Daniel van der Noon


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