art at low prices
The artists work in many different areas including painting,
sculpture, installation, new digital media, design, fashion,
performance, music, photography and video, but what connects
them all is the material they are working with: refuse.
Creating paintings from discarded doors designer-bags from old
tetrapak-packages, to making music on instruments from recycled
materials. …If any of the items created takes your fancy, you'll
have the opportunity to buy it:No piece should be priced above
Artwork from the festival can subsequently be viewed at the
Take a look and join in!
You can also get involved yourself and create your own Art by
participating in one of the various workshops. There will also
be a stage-program featuring fashion-shows, performances, and
live music throughout the weekend, culminating in a long party
night of celebration.
do we bother?
We live in a throw-away society: The existence of most products
is much too short: bought, consumed and discarded. RestCycling
Art regards trash as a valuable resource. Thus, we want to deal
with the issue of recycling in an entirely playful way, without
any moralist claims.
Art alone cannot solve the problems of the waste generated by
consumerism - but it can be thought-provoking, while opening new
perspectives. In our opinion, that is already a step into the
right direction; to act accordingly would (subsequently) be the