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Eisenstädter creates works of art from castle garden waste

Eisenstädter creates works of art from castle garden waste

The latest work by author and artist Eisenstadt Thomas Seiler He has a not-so-nice name: he calls them “dirty pigs.” PlasticWhich the 36-year-old wants to provoke you and make you think.

Because Seller's pig consists entirely of… loseWhich he is in himself Eisenstadt Castle Park collected. In doing so, he wants to set an example in “several dimensions,” as the artist explains: “against the negligent disposal of garbage, for a strong awareness and creative approaches to recycling processes and beyond.”

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Sailer's “Dirty Pig” shows the viewer how neglectfully it has been disposed of garbage It is also located in seemingly clean places like the Esterhazy Castle Park, which is maintained by a lot of staff. “My work aims to raise awareness that trash does not eliminate itself, and that more efforts are needed when it comes to recycling waste, both locally and globally,” explains Thomas Seiler.

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But the man in his mid-30s doesn't want the plastic trash can to be just a criticism for not having it Disposal ethics Some visitors to the castle park understand. More important to him is the message that supposed waste has value Resources Which can be used in place of newly manufactured materials – so that the “waste” finds its way back into the recycling cycle.

Garbage as a resource

“Ultimately, the hidden aesthetic of the work is the idea of ​​breaking down negative structures and using that as a basis for creating new, positive structures,” Sayler says. message Behind his “dirty pig” to this point.

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Last Wednesday, Thomas Seeler at his home in Streckhof in Antau Trash plastic Shown to the public for the first time. Now the “Dirty Pig” is supposed to go on a trip and appear in different places in Eisenstadt.

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to The process of creation Of artwork, by the way YouTube half-hour documentary To see.