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Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019
Anthroposeen
Site-specific installation with salvaged laboratory glass, wooden miniatures, steel, one-way mirror in a former medical school
2019

ANTHROPOSEEN is a work that tries to confront our human nature through self-reflection. The addition of laboratory glassware from the medical school adds the conversation of science and progress. The term Anthropocene is our collective footprint on the planet. How we proceed in the future is a question I ask myself (as a citizen and a parent). One act is multiplied by our peers on the planet, each piece of rubbish thrown, each wasted grain, or each tree planted, each act of kindness is mirrored and replicated. Which self are we today? Which self are we tomorrow?