Wastelandscape Reveals A Precious View

Wastelandscape Reveals A Precious View

A new art installation in Paris addresses sustainability in a beautiful and original way.

Preetam Kaushik
  • 4 august 2011

Wastelandscape is an art project by French artist Elise Morin. To create this great work, the artist used 65,000 old CDs that were carefully sorted by hand and hand sewed to produce the final effect. The final 500 square meter surface is laid out for viewing as an undulating landscape that certainly attracts attention. It can be viewed at the Centquatre in Paris until September 10.

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