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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A good blow of brooms
by PATRICK DEMAZEAU MADE
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Title:
A good blow of brooms

Author:
PATRICK DEMAZEAU MADE

Description:
“A good blow of brooms! "This expression, how much time formulated it or heard! It evokes a decision-making when the events overflow us and that it remains us more than this solution: To make clear place! My message: “A good blow of brooms! ” is an awakening of the state of our Ground, with its various types of pollution, of water, the air, the grounds, and the urgency to preserve our environment. The pollution of oceans often comes from the land where waste is dumped at sea. Pollution also comes from fertilizers, animal waste that pollutes the oceans by infliltration. These brooms need to clean land, landscape, if we want our oceans are in paradise. This setting in scene of this corps de ballet, given by fiveteen brooms in action, in rhythm, shows us the will to clean and maintain nature. Size of the brooms (seven meters in height) is equal to the task which is assigned to us: that to preserve the ground, the ocean and all the landscape. I made this installation june 2016 at the National Museum of Marine sciences and technology in Keelung Taiwan. When I finished my installation, a young married couple came to take pictures. That's why I chose this picture, it's also the future of our land.
Description:
“A good blow of brooms! "This expression, how much time formulated it or heard! It evokes a decision-making when the events overflow us and that it remains us more than this solution: To make clear place! My message: “A good blow of brooms! ” is an awakening of the state of our Ground, with its various types of pollution, of water, the air, the grounds, and the urgency to preserve our environment. The pollution of oceans often comes from the land where waste is dumped at sea. Pollution also comes from fertilizers, animal waste that pollutes the oceans by infliltration. These brooms need to clean land, landscape, if we want our oceans are in paradise. This setting in scene of this corps de ballet, given by fiveteen brooms in action, in rhythm, shows us the will to clean and maintain nature. Size of the brooms (seven meters in height) is equal to the task which is assigned to us: that to preserve the ground, the ocean and all the landscape. I made this installation june 2016 at the National Museum of Marine sciences and technology in Keelung Taiwan. When I finished my installation, a young married couple came to take pictures. That's why I chose this picture, it's also the future of our land.
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