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The transformation from waste to artistic work

Brownfield DMC

Brownfield DMC outside

Grand Ballon d’Alsace

Land Art

Art Basel

Inside Workshop

Home Vortex-X

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Boiler house of Wesserling

Saint Etienne’s protestant church

Chalampé

Urbex

Tour Eiffel

Festival Les Accroche-Coeurs

Galeries Lafayette

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Vortex-X - Urban Art

The Vortex-X fits naturally in the sphere of urban art, even if it is distinguished by its three-dimensional approach, and its capacity to be grafted in the heart of urban space. A first thread stretched, between two points, with simple knots, than a second thread, than another one, again… The Vortex-X fills the space and little by little shapes it. From a simple geometrical construction to a complexity due to the multiciplicity, we can see its progression as we weave it. Monuments, buildings, factories, natural spaces, the Vortex-X can fit anywhere, it’s the chosen place, full of memories, that makes the Vortex-X’s wealth. The goal of Vortex-X is to add value to an industrial waste by transforming it into an artistic work and by this way to lead the people to a concrete thought about upcycling.

Members of the association

With the message of recycling, the project-collective around eco-designer Gérard Dumora is preparing a project-tour. Together with local recycling-players there will be a Vortex-X produced and linked to a public exhibition or event. Many thanks to Jacob Holm in Soultz (France), the wibes supplier.
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Gérard Dumora

Eco designer – Artistic direction
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Jacqueline Lauth

Communication
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Stephane Meder

Logistics
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Alain Buraglio

Creator
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Sophie Buraglio

Assistant
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Kevin Hauray

Architect
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Maïté Dumora

Assistant

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