Död Mark

by Elias Båth Sweden

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Dimension LxWxH (cm): 50x19x48
Unique Pieces Material : copper, copper waste
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“Död Mark” is a side table made of slag and copper from the Falun copper mine in Sweden. This table is a diagram of a material’s lifecycle, from extraction to residual material. A material that has shaped welfare such as world wars, environment, and geography. The finished product, in balance with the waste it creates, exposes the material’s origin and history.

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Weight 40 kg
Dimensions 55 × 26 × 53 cm
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Stockholm-based Swedish designer & artist Elias Båth, graduated from Konstfack University of art, craft and design on 2019. Searching for lifecycles of materials, the work mirrors layers in the field of craft and design with a hope to see the bigger picture.

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