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Marek Tomasik Creates a Spectacular Room Installation from Electronic Waste

Posted By Diane Pham On June 20, 2011 @ 12:50 am In Art,carousel showcase,Design,Features | No Comments

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A collection of decades worth of hundreds of computers and other electronics, Tomasik’s installation takes on a new life that also harks back to an age-old favorite: Tron. The walls of the sculpture are a veritable what’s what of the computer-age, and are sure to evoke a sense of nostalgia, even within the most cutting-edge, unwavering gadget geek [1].

For a closer look at the installation, check out Tomasik’s site [2] for a mind-blowing panoramic view.

Marek Tomasik is a graphic artist, a sculptor, a space – time continuum compositor and a street actor. Since the age of 4 he’s sculpting, primarily employing abandoned and waste objects as his base medium.

+ Marek Tomasik [2]

Via Dvice [3]

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[1] gadget geek: http://inhabitat.com/announcing-ask-a-tech-geek-advice-column-with-peter-rojas/

[2] Tomasik’s site: http://www.instalacja.oksir.eu/

[3] Dvice: http://inhabitat.comdvice.com/archives/2011/06/the-amazing-hou.php

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