Applications

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

The winner(s) of this year’s edition will be announced soon. Save the date for the Award Ceremony: 25 June, 3:30 – 7:30 pm CET.

 

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8647
Desolation
by Gibran Tabash
28040
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https://social-art-award.org/application-award-2021?contest=photo-detail&photo_id=2882
8647
28040
Title:
Desolation

Author:
Gibran Tabash

Description:
It's a piece (Sculpture) made of newspaper (50kg) wrapped with product labels collected in the community of Perez Zeledon during a month. It's a project of De_Buzos, an iniciative of making art with garbage. This piece is a photo montage with the actual sculpture in it. This picture was taking downtown. This picture represents the relationship between consumerism and the garbage we produce. From our point of view and the reality of garbage mishandling in our community we can say that people don't really know what to do with all the garbage we produce. Through our work we could send a message to local governments that recycling is not enough we need more education about it and proper final destination of the garbage.
Description:
It's a piece (Sculpture) made of newspaper (50kg) wrapped with product labels collected in the community of Perez Zeledon during a month. It's a project of De_Buzos, an iniciative of making art with garbage. This piece is a photo montage with the actual sculpture in it. This picture was taking downtown. This picture represents the relationship between consumerism and the garbage we produce. From our point of view and the reality of garbage mishandling in our community we can say that people don't really know what to do with all the garbage we produce. Through our work we could send a message to local governments that recycling is not enough we need more education about it and proper final destination of the garbage.

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