Artist Hiroshi Fuji Uses Discarded Plastic Toys to Create Dazzling Large-Scale Installations

Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji uses discarded toys to create large-scale installations, performances and events with a focus on the community and the use of recycled materials. For his latest project titled "Happy Paradies" Fuji filled a gallery space at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, with thousands of discarded plastic toys repurposed into large sculptures of dinosaurs. The brilliant installation explores the creative potential of trash finding “ways of transforming existences (thoughts) that are not valued by society into special existences.”

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via [We Waste Time]