Shopping Cart Merry-Go-Round Comments On Never-Ending Consumerism

Shopping Cart Merry-Go-Round Comments On Never-Ending Consumerism
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A witty architectural installation aims to help reflect on the existential dynamics of shopping.

Plus Aziz
  • 4 october 2013

Nuno Pimenta is a believer in transdisciplinary thinking. The Portuguese architect created an outdoor carousel installation whose seats consist of brightly colored yellow shopping carts connected to a post bolted to the ground. Witty deviations or interventions like this help to expand on what we typically associate with the work of an architect. Transforming public space into a point of reflection on ourselves and consumerism in general.

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