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#sustainability #circularity #installation

Assemble

Showcasing sustainable art to wider audience

UAL: Central Saint Martins | 2021
Collaboration: KARSEE.Co.,Ltd.

Duration: 6 months

Size: 2m x 2.5m x 2.5m

Material: Clothes, Fishing line
Tools: Jigsaw, Photoshop

Location: Tokyo, Japan

By creating art with clothe waste,

will there be a positive input for the audience?

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| Background | 

The climate crisis is a huge problem that humanity is currently facing. Working on the problem alone makes one feel hopeless, therefore rather than being cornered into solving a problem, it is great to tackle the climate crisis with an element of playfulness.

'Assemble' is a piece that is similar to that of a toy brick. It has a playfulness where each piece is not assigned any strict position and can be altered to the assembler. The assembly of each piece alters depending on the people who assemble them, turning and altering its appearance to what they want.

Process

| Mock Up | 

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Outcome

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