SEOUL, May 24 (Korea Bizwire) — At art museum Daelim Museum in central Seoul, a narrow piece of fabric is seen rolled up between white circular chairs.
This piece of art is made of fabric waste and defective products thrown away from manufacturing plants that make protective masks, which have become essential in the pandemic era.
Tong’s Vintage, Daelim Museum’s newest exhibition that opened last week, showcases various artworks made with everyday waste by 23 up-and-coming artists.
The exhibition, open until July 25, showcases artworks in the order of the slowest to the fastest biodegradable products from glass, iron, cloth, wood and paper to eco-friendly materials.
The exhibition turns old products and waste into artworks, sending an easy-to-understand message on environmental problems.
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