Client: GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MUSEUM
Location: Austin, Texas, United States
Completion date: 2014
Restaurant, Austin TX
This was create from used plastic plates, knifes, galvanized wire and legs and hands are cast from plastic wrap with clear tapes. 8 x 8 x 10ft
This project focus ob the special day set aside in Few countries of the world and how Monday was the strongest day to renew energy, set new goals, be creative in new strategic way of selling or buying, best way to market goods to the outside world, find new costumer.the design look at the formula G20 which was form to open markets for the underdeveloped countries in the world. the work show 20 seats and representative of the 20 countries seat at the table but turn their back to the table. a table which was turn upside down and was make out of plastic plates and the top of the table is made out of plastic knifes and at the ground floor was different currency note from all the countries of the world and for world map with it.
the most collaboration in the process of the the project was the Restaurant in Austin donating the used plastic plates their customer/ client eat with at their restaurant.
i think buying and selling is one of the strongest way in which sustainability to develop people and sustain their livelihood in respect of value to currencies from all countries of the world.