Artist Keri Muller Creates Beautiful Wall Installations from Old Books

by , 07/26/13

Keri Muller’s artworks and installations stand out for their beautiful forms, and the fact that they’ve been made from books and other debris salvaged from the recycling pile. “I try to give the books another chance to tell a story,” Muller says. Her works include ‘Africa Reinvented’, as well as temporary installations found worldwide—the most recent being ‘Forests of the Future’ created for TEDx Cape Town. Her aim is to create designs and art from what is normally perceived as rubbish, provoking viewers to think about waste and materials in new ways.

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