Le collectif espagnol Luzinterruptus est à l’origine de cette installation baptisée « Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum », un nom assez long pour cette oeuvre réalisée pour le Gewerbemuseum Winterthu en Suisse.
IKEA’s signature blue bags tend to rank on the higher end of the plastic bag spectrum, so it only seems logical not to let them go to waste. Pushing this idea to the limit, artist Ida-Marie Corell has crafted a flowing, sea-like dress made entirely of the store’s iconic blue bags. For her monumental installation at the Oh, Plastiksack! exhibition (on now at Switzerlands Gewerbemuseum), the artist has mixed interior design, sculpture and performance. A gigantic drape comprised of 555 Ikea…
Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum by Luzinterruptus – view more (trashy) images @ http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/plastic-garbage-guarding-the-museum-by-luzinterruptus – #onourradar #ohplastiksack #gewerbemuseum
Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum -Filling the bags with light and air, the collective also supplied helium-filled, illuminated bags to locals for the launch event; creating blissfully chaotic scenes that brought immersive art right out of the gallery.