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GREEN BALLROOM
2012. Copenhagen, Denmark. Valby Square
Public Art Installation
Comissioned by Culture Valby, Copenhagen- Valby Lokaludvalg, en del af “Dit Europa”

The project installation consists of suspended green paper balls, where twenty-seven of them contain important statistics related to each of the European Union countries and their environmental policies on the usage of natural resources, such as water, air, fossil fuel, or wood. The installation transforms the pavilion into a small imaginary forest, as the green elements will challenge the curiosity of the visitors and allow them to familiarise themselves with important facts. Thus, normally the passive viewer of art will be able to interact with the work and feel a sense of engagement, not only with the artwork itself, but also with the messages that it contains. The green balls could be seen as a representation of our desire to live in a greener Europe, nevertheless, we should be aware of how much we consume, how much we recycle and what are the challenges that the European countries face today in relation to our usage of natural resources.

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