Casablanca-based craftsman Soukaïna Aziz El Idrissi’s work mirrors the duality of plastic, without a moment’s delay incredible and terrible. With creation having a tendency to produce squander, she means to counter this development by making her works out of waste materials.
Also, the outcomes are figures that you may never figure were put together with plastic.
The plastic show: an honorable and solid material, utilized on a stupendous scale for fleeting, expendable buyer products. Through her work, Soukaina questions this material and how we manage it.
The excursion of an ‘Artivist’
Brought into the world in 1987, Soukaïna Aziz El Idrissi lives and works in Casablanca. Instructed at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Soukaina depicts herself as an “Artivist”, which is a mix of a craftsman and an extremist.
Following nine years in London where she examined and educated, she made a beeline for Morocco where she selected to proceed with her examination into plastic waste as a social peculiarity and investigate every one of the conceivable outcomes presented by the material fully intent on raising doubt about its utilization esteem and our impression of it.
Zero Zbel, addressing oneself through Art
Prime supporter of the Zero Zbel affiliation, Soukaina has held a combination of interest and contempt for plastic since the beginning.
Both a gift and a revile, for her plastic is similar to atomic splitting, to be specific a fabulous revelation for humanity, which we have transformed into a weapon of mass obliteration.
Through her works, which are all produced using plastic waste, Soukaina is looking to bring issues to light.
During COP 22 of every 2016 in Morocco, she made a labyrinth utilizing 17-ton squares of plastic jugs, which compares to a lifetime’s waste created by a solitary Moroccan.
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