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28 March, 21:00

Volumetric figures from used plastic parts by a creative Japanese artist

Volumetric figures from used plastic parts by a creative Japanese artist
Japanese artist Sayaka Ganz is noted for her unique ability to create three-dimensional objects of various sizes and shapes. Each of the creations of this creative craftswoman fascinates viewers with her ingenuity and artistic flair.

Sayaka Ganz revealed her creative talent at an early age, feeling a passion for combining different, sometimes unusual elements into new forms. However, her creativity found its expression in objects that more closely resemble real and unreal beings.
Sayaka Ganz's installations are impressive with their creativity. She creates animal figures from used plastic parts, mixing them in such a way that they seem to turn into living creatures. Her works allow us to see beauty and grace in ordinary objects.

"This process is like a puzzle for me. I make sure all the objects are properly aligned to maximize the effect of the movement, and I add, step back, add another, step back, remove a piece, and keep going until the piece looks fully formed,” says Saika Ganz.
In her work, the artist tries to reflect the philosophy of reclamation and regeneration. She sees her task as giving new life to old things, turning them into something valuable and beautiful. This process reflects Sayaka Ganz's desire to show how it is possible to reduce waste and use it for artistic purposes.

In her work, the artist goes beyond a simple artistic idea. That is why her works encourage viewers to think about the problems of ecology and their own consumer behavior.
Source: sayakaganz.com

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