Artist Roland Akouèdénoudjè Transforms Salvaged Materials into Artful Trash Sculptures

African artist, Roland Akouèdénoudjè, uses salvaged materials as an artistic medium, transforming remote controls, aluminum cans and pieces of discarded plastic into sculptures that resemble traditional African figures. For his latest exhibition Akouèdénoudjè installed several of his sculptures outside in the town of Agla in Benin. The project titled “The beginning of the end of history.” was conceived as a temporary art installation inviting citizens of the town to experience public space in a new way.

Find out more about the project here.

via [Monde Mosaic]

Photos by: Bénincultures