Thursday, December 12, 2013

Život u shopping vrećicama / Life inside Shopping Bags

Za svoj nedavni solo nastup japanski umjetnik Yuken Teruya transformirao je otpadne proizvode konzumerizma - luksuzne papirnate shopping vrećice - u papirnato, izrezano (kirigami), drveće koje se uzdižu poput krhke siluete iz svake vrećice. Umjetnik izrezuje obrisne linije granja i lišća samo iz jedne strane papirnate vrećice. Nakon toga iz tih odrezanih dijelova sastavlja stablo koje samo stoji unutar vrećice. Promatrajući njegov rad isprva se čini da papirnata vrećica drži krhko drvo unutra sebe no upravo je obrnuto - papirnato stablo je to koje drži cijelu konstrukciju. Kada ga promatrate pod prirodnim svjetlom to nježno stablo unutar papirnate vrećice zapravo demonstrira snagu te time potvrđuje svoje postojanje.
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For his recent solo show earlier this year Japanese artist Yuken Teruya transformed the waste products of consumerism—luxury gift bags—into cut paper (kirigami) trees  that rise like fragile silhouettes from inside each bag. The artist cuts out shapes of tree branches and leaves on one side of disposable paper bags. Assembling a tree from the cut-out parts, there is a tree standing in a bag. However it seems like the bag is holding the fragile tree inside, it is the strength of the tree that is holding the bag up.  When you see it under the natural light, the delicate tree inside the paper bag shows us the strength and the proof of existence of living tree.
 

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