Baptiste Debombourg Creates a Frozen River Out of Cracked Windshields

"Flow" is a new installation by Baptiste Debombourg at the Centre d'Art Actuel l'Oeil de Poisson in Québec, Canada. Debombourg used hundreds of cracked windshield arranged in such a way that they resemble a catastrophic flood of polluted water rushing inside the gallery. The work explores the devastating effects of mass consumption. Via the official press release: "Here the windshields surge up like the wave that engulfs towns in catastrophic films such as 2012 or The Day After Tomorrow. They are broken, discarded, ignored objects that take the place by storm, rebel and attack us."

 Find out more about Baptiste's work here.

via [Farewell Kingdom]