by Sabine Mescher-leitner

Figurine Empties

My objects are a chance to discover something new and different in the apparently familiar.

In the industrialised nations empty bottles have long since become throwaway, disposable packaging, their fascinating material and frequently classic shape disregarded.

Since every bottle produced today for utility purposes is manufactured industrially, it is natural to assume that all bottles from a particular production series look the same. During my work, however, I quickly realised that this is not the case. They are similar but not the same and for industrially manufactured items incredibly irregular within themselves. You could even go so far as to say individual.


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