A Beautiful, 10-Meter High Sculpture Made Of Thousands Of Plastic Bags
Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou’s latest project is a stunning 10-meter high installation artwork that is made up of countless colorful plastic bags.
Displayed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, the sculpture—simply entitled ‘Plastic Bags’—is designed to make a powerful visual statement about consumerism and waste in modern society.
The hollow, inverted dome-shaped structure, hanging from the glass ceiling of the museum, has an imposing presence and is impossible to ignore.
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