Coming World Remember Me (CWRM), was a project commemorating the one hundredth anniversary of the Great War (1914-1918). The ultimate goal of CWRM was the production of 600,000 small clay statues, one for every person killed on Belgian soil during the war.
200.000 statues were found at a site near the Palingbeek in Ypres (B). They belonged to a land art installation wanted by the Belgian artist Koen Van Mechelen, to remember, to help, to reflect and connect.
The remaining 400.000 statues got dispersed throughout the world.
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