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0 WASTE LANDSCAPE BY ÉLISE MORIN AND CLÉMENCE ELIARD


“Waste Landscape”, created by designers Élise Morin and Clémence Eliard, at the CENTQUATRE in Paris, France, was a 600 square meters artificial undulating landscape covered by an armor of 60,000 unsold or collected CDs, which were sorted and hand-sewn.

It is well known that CDs are condemned to gradually disappear from our daily life, and to later participate in the construction of immense open-air, floating or buried toxic waste reception centers.








Made of petroleum, this reflecting slick of CDs formed a still sea of metallic dunes: the monumental scale of the art work revealed the precious aspect of a small daily object.

The project joined a global, innovative and committed approach, from its means of production until the end of its “life”.
































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