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Friday, September 23, 2011

Waste Landscape

FAVE of the week:

It's no surprise that digital music, led by iTunes is believed to take over sales of CD's. Its sad in the near future that we will lose the tangibility of the CD product.

An art installation called "Waste Landscape" by Elise Morin and Clémence Eliard at the CENTQUATRE in Paris France exhibited how CD's will ultimately disappear from our daily life. Dunes of 60,000 hand sewn metallic CD's create a 600 meter undulating landscape. 

What a powerful installation to experience the awareness that CD's will ultimately transform into toxic waste! This is a moving installation, I hope it comes to New York City!

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