Applications

Please find here the approved applications to the Social Art Award 2021 – New Greening. The open call was closed on 1 May.

The next Open Call for the Social Art Ward will be opened in early 2023.

 

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"Nature takes back its rights"
by Katia Weyher
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Title:
"Nature takes back its rights"

Author:
Katia Weyher

Description:
Katia Weyher, "Nature takes back its rights", drawing, 50x70cm, ink, color pencils, paper, 2020. The drawing responds to the theme of environmental protection. The pictorial message of this drawing ,is "alarm", "Nature takes back its rights" in an ironic way, the crocodile brings the sun flower back to the earth, covered with household garbage. The trash is depicted in a realistic manner to indicate the complexity of the situation:packaging of goods, colorful and attractive, just served to please, the next moment after use, they become a poisonous substance for our planet. If we wondered every time, looking at the elegant rows of goods in the store, how all this packaging, on which designers and technologists, chemists and engineers worked, would end up in a landfill. The author wants to hope that thinking about the fleetingness of packaging life will help people want to shop in minimal packaging.
Description:
Katia Weyher, "Nature takes back its rights", drawing, 50x70cm, ink, color pencils, paper, 2020. The drawing responds to the theme of environmental protection. The pictorial message of this drawing ,is "alarm", "Nature takes back its rights" in an ironic way, the crocodile brings the sun flower back to the earth, covered with household garbage. The trash is depicted in a realistic manner to indicate the complexity of the situation:packaging of goods, colorful and attractive, just served to please, the next moment after use, they become a poisonous substance for our planet. If we wondered every time, looking at the elegant rows of goods in the store, how all this packaging, on which designers and technologists, chemists and engineers worked, would end up in a landfill. The author wants to hope that thinking about the fleetingness of packaging life will help people want to shop in minimal packaging.

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