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Wasteland. The Phosphorite War

The Phosphorite War was an environmental campaign in the late 1980s created to fight against plans by the central government of the Soviet Union to open large phosphorite mines in Estonia. Interestingly, this ecological movement triggered a nationalist movement across the Baltic states, which later led to the restoration of the independence of all three countries. Now in times of energy crisis and climate alertness the mining wastelands of the past envisioned by Laura Põld emerge once again.

Works
ceramics, three ultrasonic misters, 35 × 58 × 43 cm, 2021-2022
3500 €
ceramics, two ultrasonic misters, 25 × 45 × 37 cm, 2021-2022
2800 €
ceramics, 70 × 86 × 30 cm, 2021-2022
5000 €
ceramics, 27 × 40 × 22 cm, 2021-2022
900 €
ceramics, smoke machine with a LED lamp, 47 × 52 × 30 cm, 2021-2022
3000 €
ceramics, fountain pump, 43 × 32 × 44 cm, 2021-2022
1900 €
ceramics (candle), 23 × 30 × 24 cm, 2021-2022
500 €
ceramics, LED lamp, 43 × 43 × 25 cm, 2021-2022
3500 €
ceramics, ultrasonic mister, 12 × 40 × 40 cm, 2021-2022
2300 €
ceramics, ultrasonic mister, 40 × 35 × 35 cm, 2021-2022
4000 €

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