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by thibeau scarcériaux Belgium


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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 79x10x79
Unique Pieces Material : Mirrorglass
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“252455615968443048” is a sculptural mirror/lamp and a representation of a time when the sun dies. It represents the red giant phase, and it will last about a billion years before the sun collapses into a white dwarf. Astronomers estimate that the sun has about 7 to 8 billion years (252455615968443048 seconds) left before it sputters and dies. Humanity may be long gone by then, or perhaps we will have already colonized another planet.

The object degrades over time just like the sun. It makes the spectator aware of the fact that we have to live our lives to the fullest because every second counts.

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Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 85 × 85 × 20 cm
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In the highlands of the Andes, a group of women alpaca herders and artisans are leading the way for a sustainable and inclusive future. In collaboration with ADORNO and IED, Las Manuelas is presenting their most ambitious textile collection yet, the "Art Series", designed by highly acclaimed international artists.