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About the theme of "composting"

Embracing the ethos of reuse and sustainability, I integrate recycled materials into my artistic practice by repurposing scrap from previous artworks.

Every leftover fragment, whether a snippet of paper or a small fabric, finds
new life in my creations.

To streamline the process, I sort these remnants into two color codes, orange
and blue, organizing them into transparent plastic pockets that serve as makeshift palettes for my ongoing work.  

With each day that passes, these pockets gradually fill with a kaleidoscope
of colors and textures, each piece bearing the imprint of past artistic endeavors.

The juxtaposition of orange and blue hues adds depth and contrast
to my compositions, while the diverse range of materials lends richness
and complexity to the finished pieces. 

Composter Asgarr first.jpg
Composter Asgarr last.jpg

Through this methodical approach to recycling, I minimize waste and
imbue my art with a sense of continuity and interconnectedness.  

By repurposing scrap materials in my art, I hope to inspire others
to reconsider the value of discarded items and the potential for creative reuse.

Every fragment, no matter how small or seemingly insignificant, contributes to the tapestry of my artistic expression, serving as a tangible reminder
of the transformative power of resourcefulness and ingenuity.

Through this ongoing process of recycling and reinvention, I strive to create art that is not only visually compelling but also environmentally conscious
and socially responsible.

Details of the series


Material                          Acrylic paint, color tape, sticker, paper, ribbon, felt tip, thread...
Medium                           Paper 24 x 18 inches
Date                                 2022
Authentification            Signed and title on the back

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