Wednesday, 11 September 2013

It is the year 2018. The European Union has collapsed after the continent became mired in a Great Recession.

A rise of nationalism and euroscepticism brought the project to its knees, according Bellinck’s new exhibition in central Brussels, the House of European History in Exile.

“I try to show how we as citizens are losing responsibility and awareness of our place in the European Union. I try to show what the institutions are and how they function because people no longer know,” he told euronews.

“The peace in what we are living right now, that it is very unique in history, and that is not ever lasting, that might at some point stop.”
Source: Euronews


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