A site specific installation is made of acrylic glass waste – plexiglass, rectangular plates of various length, width, thickness and transparency, as well as coloured (limited number) and mirror elements, reflecting light. The whole can be of very different dimensions and shape, from smaller forms that are easy to move, to the ones made in the scale of the entire room. Some of the boards are freely scattered on the floor or attached to walls and ceilings. Architectural constructions are built from the remaining elements. The installation includes lighting elements – LED strips and additionally mounted stage lighting, reflectors that create light reflections.
The installation “Uncertainty” was created and exhibited as part of the individual exhibition ” Operation Manual for the Utopia Island” at the Tarnowskie Góry Cultural Centre in 2020. It is a part of the artistic research area “What will be. Reflections on the future” which is a reflection on the shaping of the future, the dangers of the climate catastrophe, the upcoming technological, information and biotechnological changes and their effects.
Plastic waste collected and used for artistic activities is a minimal contribution to reducing its amount in the natural environment.
2020 | plexiglass panels,metal poles, lighting | dimensions variable, adapted to the place of exposition.
Installation as part of the exhibition 'Manual operating for Utopia Island' | 2020 | Tarnogórskie Centrum Kultury | Tarnowskie Góry (PL)
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