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    אלסנדרו דוראן וחוף הזכוכית - צליל מכוון - תפוז בלוגים

  • Green Renaissance

    While breathtakingly beautiful, the sculptures are incredibly sad as well. Duran has identified garbage on this shore from 42 countries on six continents. The “out of sight, out of mind” effect that makes so many of us ambivalent about waste management is abruptly lost here. There is no ignoring the blatant consumerism and throw-away culture that has caused this massive build-up of human debris.

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