23.02.11 by Jeff

Alicja Kwade

1,000 champagne bottles, pulverized. Installations by Alicja Kwade.

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures

artist alicja kwade installations sculptures













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • I love it!
    It makes me think of a volcano, which is pretty apt considering your trip to Hawaii.

    • haha totally volcanous <-- not a word

  • The champagne bottle piece is awesome! someone should do a mandala out of that Tibetan style…

  • Nice work! Love the champagne bottle piece too.

  • I was in that exhibition! @Kesterner Gesellschaft in Hannover, Germany. Great place!

  • David

    piles = fad

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