Created by french artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard, ‘Wastelandscape’ overtakes the ‘Halle d’aubervilliers’ of Paris’s centquatre with an undulating landscape composed of 65,000 old CDs, sorted and hand-sewn together into a 500 square meter surface. The piece is on exhibition at the centquatre now through september 10th.
In the artists’ words: ‘Made of petroleum, this reflecting slick of CDs forms a still sea of metallic dunes; The artwork’s monumental scale reveals the precious aspect of a small daily object.’ ‘Wastelandscape’ is planned for exhibition in multiple locations, transforming each time, before eventually being completely recycled into polycarbonate. via
Video view of the exhibition and installation process: