Artist Entries – The Universal Sea Awards I

Our EU co-funded project The Universal Sea ran three Open Calls to Artists. A big thank to all artists for their great contributions! Here you can find our Top 100 submissions of our first open call from 2017 as a reference. They were all published in the guidebook from 2019.

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Bloom
by Konstantinos Leloudas
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Title:
Bloom

Author:
Konstantinos Leloudas

Description:
My aim with the artwork “Bloom” is to portray metaphorically the destruction that we bring to our “Green Environment” through our modern way of living and our choices of industrial materials. For that reason, i portray metaphorically the system of pipes that are used in the drainage system of our cities. furthermore, I portrayed a snapshot of the explosion of the system of pipes; an explosion that is caused by the huge pressure of the large amount of materials that are discarded daily. Also, I replaced the contaminated and dirty water with a synthesis of plastic bottles of water and several other types of plastic containers that we use in our everyday life Moreover, I gave the title “Bloom” to this artwork; an irony for the growing destruction that we create in our ecosystem by our living way.
Description:
My aim with the artwork “Bloom” is to portray metaphorically the destruction that we bring to our “Green Environment” through our modern way of living and our choices of industrial materials. For that reason, i portray metaphorically the system of pipes that are used in the drainage system of our cities. furthermore, I portrayed a snapshot of the explosion of the system of pipes; an explosion that is caused by the huge pressure of the large amount of materials that are discarded daily. Also, I replaced the contaminated and dirty water with a synthesis of plastic bottles of water and several other types of plastic containers that we use in our everyday life Moreover, I gave the title “Bloom” to this artwork; an irony for the growing destruction that we create in our ecosystem by our living way.
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