Dutch artist Diet Wiegman makes sculptures out of random pieces of trash and then positions a light in a key spot so as to create a shadow with far more pizzazz than one would initially predict. Some of the pieces stay close to the classics, projecting shadows that look like Venus de Milo or David. Others pay homage to other famous silhouettes, like a moon-walking Michael Jackson.
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