A Large Scale Installation Made with Thousands of Plastic Bags

"Plasic Bags" is a large-scale installation by Cameroonian artist Pascale Marthine Tayou created for the contemporary art museum MACRO in Rome.. The enormous sculpture is almost 10 meters high and made ​​with thousands of plastic bags. Pascale Marthine Tayou's work suggests a different and correct use of plastic bags, which have become emblematic objects of the contemporary human condition, a symbol of globalization, rampant consumerism, but also of the nomadic lifestyle that increasingly characterizes today's society.

 Find out more about Pascale's work here.

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