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t.e. 188

t.e. 188

deepwater

deepwater is filled with oil floating on water. This refers to the oil that originates on the bottom of our oceans which natural balance with water is disrupted through human actions. These actions can result in ecocatastrophes like 'Deepwater Horizon'.

produced by pierre glas vilvoorde for thomas eyck

35 x 4 x 23 cm

borosilicate, oil, water

numbered edition of 99 pieces

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