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Carly Fischer Carefully Recreates Everyday Trash From Paper
Posted By Morgana Matus On February 18, 2013 @ 2:00 pm In Art,environmental destruction,gallery,global development | No Comments
In Fischer’s work, mass-produced candy bar wrappers, aluminum cans, and cigarette packs are copied in paper, lending a hand-crafted perfection to what is normally churned out by a machine. Each model is scaled exactly to size, and painted to mimic every last detail. She describes her efforts as merging the “deadpan re-enactments of reality with commodified cultural packages,” arranging the pieces of trash with the same care as a still life painter. Representing the beauty in the colors and forms of even the most unsightly trash, her installations inspire the viewer to reconsider the value of what we often ignore.
Fischer is a native of Australia, and graduated with a BA in Fine Art Sculpture from RMIT University in 2000. She has exhibited all over the world, and was based in Berlin for the last four years. She currently resides in Melbourne, and has been featured in Artlink, Vogue Living Australia, Berlin Art Link, The Age, and Die Tageszeitung. She has also received Australia Council Skills & Arts Development Grant and the Australia Council New Work Grant.
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URLs in this post:
 hamburger wrapper: http://inhabitat.com/brazilian-fast-food-chain-cuts-waste-by-serving-up-burgers-wrapped-in-edible-paper/
 water bottle: http://inhabitat.com/concord-mass-becomes-the-first-us-city-to-ban-single-use-plastic-water-bottles/
 Carly Fischer : http://www.carlyfischer.com/carlyfischer/HOME.html
 everyday pieces of rubbish: http://inhabitat.com/kim-preston-morphs-plastic-trash-into-living-sea-creatures/
 Image: http://inhabitat.com/?attachment_id=484453
 Junkculture: http://www.junk-culture.com/2013/02/everyday-rubbish-fabricated-entirely.html
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