FluoreSAND - Egotistic Misrule Installation by Wasim Habashneh

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Using the traditional sand art to fill discarded fluorescent tubes with pixelated patterns.

Egotistic Misrule, Inspired by traditional patterns, this work reflects the struggle between individuality and society at large. Under certain circumstances individual pixels can rise above their personal interest and form a collective pattern, while retaining their individuality, movement, and freedom.

Find more at IG: wasimzaid.official
Using the traditional sand art to fill discarded fluorescent tubes with pixelated patterns.

Egotistic Misrule, Inspired by traditional patterns, this work reflects the struggle between individuality and society at large. Under certain circumstances individual pixels can rise above their personal interest and form a collective pattern, while retaining their individuality, movement, and freedom.

Find more at IG: wasimzaid.official
Using the traditional sand art to fill discarded fluorescent tubes with pixelated patterns.

Egotistic Misrule, Inspired by traditional patterns, this work reflects the struggle between individuality and society at large. Under certain circumstances individual pixels can rise above their personal interest and form a collective pattern, while retaining their individuality, movement, and freedom.

Find more at IG: wasimzaid.official
Made with more than 3600 laser cut wood pieces assembled to create 1517 pixels, more than 30 KG of colored sand, 37 fluorescent tubes and 74 Cylindrical beech wood pieces.
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FluoreSAND - Egotistic Misrule

Wasim Habashneh

Jordan

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Size: 66 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in

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Using the traditional sand art to fill discarded fluorescent tubes with pixelated patterns. Egotistic Misrule, Inspired by traditional patterns, this work reflects the struggle between individuality and society at large. Under certain circumstances individual pixels can rise above their personal interest and form a collective pattern, while retaining their individuality, movement, and freedom. Find more at IG: wasimzaid.official

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Multi-paneled Installation:sand on Glass

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Size:66 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in

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