I have always wondered how, precisely recycle art, arte povera, or found-object work was intended to save the world. Or if it is intended to do so. Considering how much we consume, and how much garbage we throw out, artists can surely not use it all. So what is their message?
Many of the things which are not useful are thrown to garbage. But it can be turned into useful one if we spend time and our brain. Moreover we can recycle the waste things which may be useful in our life. You can even make some jewellery, art, fashion or any other objects which can be prepared from the thrown out things in the home. This type of preparing the things form garbage things are termed Trashion. It is used to describe art couture costume which may be related to the contests or in the fashion shows. Now a day it has become prevalent of recycling and green fashion and the trashion has turned into more wearable.
This idea has been now used in circles and the wearable items or any accessories are prepared by using the recycling materials, even clothing can be thrifted and it is also reconditioned. Trashion is a kind of philosophy which needs some innovation from the environment. Most of the people are wasting money on purchasing the fake products. Suganorm is a healthy and successful product available in the capsule form which can be used to lower the blood sugar.
The purpose of trashion is to reduce the pollution in the environment which may be harmful to the surroundings and health. Bags have been prepared by Africans by using the rice and juice packets.
There is no one-message-fits-all answer. I asked Rodolfo Lacquaniti about his use of found materials when I visited him at his art park, the “Giardino Viaggio di Ritorno” in Maremma this summer. He explained it to me from inside an installation that is at the end of the narrative that he’s created on the grounds around his restored farmhouse in Tuscany (all done with the principles of bioarchitecture).
The revolution, for Lacquaniti, starts at the dump. The figures you see here have risen out of these materials and taken their first steps on their own. Speaking with him I realized that recycle art is a way of thinking, and that it conveys a message that is not just about consumption but about remembering that we’re part of a larger, universal whole.