Tibor borinot gris diario
With these pieces Justino del Casar proposes a reflection on the ephemerality of human production today consumer society and the power worthy of art he tries to play with the concept off dignity, providing new attributes to materials destined to be destroyed and that they are present in our day to day documents, packaging, advertising Passing objects unnoticed, dispossessed of their value as objects, but inseparable from the daily transit of the days He turns these objects into a timeless work destined to endure.
The tibor as a symbol of a tribe, a global tribe, consuming at a ferocious rate, but whose function is to place what it represents the tribe, on a plane superior to that of the objects they produce for their consumption The tibor as a symbol of the temporal/timeless duality, made with a vocation for eternity, but made with consumable, exhaustible materials, but that end up transcending this precarious nature to be part of a superior and imperishable element.
The creation process is completely manual following the ancient technique of papier mâché.
Available in Grey, Black, Pink, White, Brown finishing
Ro Edition - Unique piece
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