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User Image villa_augustus Posted: Feb 15, 2018 2:56 PM (UTC)
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#villaaugustus #tidechandelier #stuarthaygarth #market #markt #winter #light 🌕 The Tide Chandelier by Stuart Haygarth.

The Tide chandelier is created from clear and translucent objects of all colours, primarily made of plastic. Each individual element is different in shape and form, yet they come together to produce one perfect sphere. The sphere evokes the shape of the moon whose force created the tide that washed these items ashore. This spherical display of objects could be seen as a celebration of modern manufacturing or a negative display of waste carelessly disposed of in the sea. Both interpretations have a link to human behaviour.
User Image supersmudge79 Posted: Jan 5, 2018 12:58 PM (UTC)

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Artwork at Macmillan Cancer Centre. Breathtaking and full of childhood memories, somehow. #macmillancancer #uclh #stuarthaygarth #artinstallation
User Image riannevisser.official Posted: Dec 17, 2017 4:27 PM (UTC)

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The chandelier by #stuarthaygarth were painstakingly assembled from found objects like discarded spectacles, plastic bottles or party-poppers.
Day 16. The Millenium Chandelier by #stuarthaygarth was originally made from exactly 1000 exploded party poppers collected on 01:01:00 the morning after the millenium celebrations in London. On this morning the Southbank was littered with champagne bottles and flowered with colourful plastic party popper containers. These items had all exploded af the same special moment in order to welcome the Millennium with an explosion of confetti. These fragments or relics have an historic significance that Haygarth wished to preserve and celebrate. The original Millennium chandelier is an archive of 1000 explosions from this global celebration.
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Stuart Haygarth
Millennium Chandelier
2005
1000 exploded coloured/black party poppers, monofilament line, painted MDF ceiling platform and 60w incandescent light bulb.
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Similar artworks now available from @carpentersworkshopgallery
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DÉCLIC Hump Day Inspirations - 'Framed' (2010), by London artist Stuart Haygarth, is one of our favourite 'walk-through' art installations. Made from recycled picture frames cascading down a marble staircase at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, this unique work has our attention. Image via @halcyonlake

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User Image galeristesansgalerie Posted: Nov 8, 2017 12:14 AM (UTC)

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#stuarthaygarth Tide Chandelier made of found plastic beach objects. Isn't that cool? 😉 #collectibledesign #limitededition #carpentersworkshopgallery.
The original Tide chandelier is part of a larger body of work based on the collection of 'man made' debris washed up on a specific stretch of Kent coastline at Dungeness.
After several years the stockpile of collected material was sorted and categorized and several individual pieces of work were produced.

The Tide chandelier is created from clear and translucent objects of all colours, primarily made of plastic. Each individual element is different in shape and form, yet they come together to produce one perfect sphere.
The sphere evokes the shape of the moon whose force created the tide that washed these items ashore. This spherical display of objects could be seen as a celebration of modern manufacturing or a negative display of waste carelessly disposed of in the sea. Both interpretations have a link to human behaviour.

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