A Horse Installation Made Using 4000 Used Cans

This year’s chosen symbol is a horse – the huge horse heads are covered with 4000 pressed aluminium . These empty, pressed containers can be stored and recycled very efficiently.

Hybridart organized a Creative Camp in 2016 in collaboration with Etihad Modern Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi. This year’s chosen symbol is a horse – the huge horse heads are covered with 4000 pressed aluminium containers, which refer to the importance of the selective collection of aluminium tins, as these empty, pressed containers can be collected, stored and recycled very efficiently.

A Horse Installation Made Using 4000 Used Cans

Hybridart organized a Creative Camp in 2016 in collaboration with Etihad Modern Art Gallery, Abu Dhabi. This year’s chosen symbol is a horse – the huge horse heads are covered with 4000 pressed aluminium containers, which refer to the importance of the selective collection of aluminium tins, as these empty, pressed containers can be collected, stored and recycled very efficiently. The use of materials in the installation draws attention to the increased environmental impact of aluminium containers, as the production of one such container causes 15 times as much air and 3 times more water contamination, generating a volume of waste that is 45 times as much, with the energy consumption being 20 times greater than that of a regular glass bottle. The statue was exhibited in the AR Gallery during the Dubai Design Week.

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Artists taking part in Hybridart Art Camp 2017 Lóránt Éles, Mona Bassam Haddad, Gabriel Hajdók, Marek Piotr Mardosewicz, Réka Nagy, Alžbeta Prouzová, Amin Rezai, Szabolcs Szabó, Botond Váradi, Viktor Varga was headed by sculptor Gergo Kovách

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