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#sustainability #circularity #installation

Circularity in Motion

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 | 

It is evident human’s linear consumption has finally resulted in reaching the tipping point for our planet - the climate crisis is increasing pace putting both environment and human existence at risk. There is no later, but only a must to “act now” for a transition to a circular system, preventing our Earth we call home from further destruction. This “Circularity in Motion” installation, was purposefully made of what was considered to be “waste”, fabric scraps, into an artwork to showcase the ability to close the loop and keep resources in eternal usage through its circular shape. The layered circles symbolises the circularity of resources designed at varying levels in process, sectors and society interlinked by the complex unseen thread suspending the installation. 

Process

| Mock Up | 

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| Making | 

Cutting fabric board

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Transportation

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Beading and Threading

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Suspending

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Outcome

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