RE:Formation series

The RE:formation series features three art objects — RE:Red_Horse, RE:Mona, and RE:Black_Square – paying homage to iconic works of art while drawing inspiration from ecological discourse. By merging commercial symbols with artistic endeavors, the series explores the interconnectedness of human-made materials and the environment. Each art object represents a fusion of a renowned artist's work with the ubiquitous presence of Coca-Cola cans, creating a dialogue about consumer culture and environmental impact. This synthesis, informed by Timothy Morton's ideas on hyperobjects and the implications of our material interconnectedness, imbues the aluminum cans with a new layer of significance. The art objects are designed for auction at the annual management conference of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company AG, serving as tangible expressions of the ecological discourse and urging contemplation on our relationship with mass-produced materials and their lasting effects on the planet.
RE:Mona — homage to Leonardo da Vinci
Making of
638 cans of Coca-Cola classic, 638 nails, 6 sheets of polystyrene and 13 working hours of the milling machine were used in the process of creating the Re:Mona object.
RE:Red_Horse — homage to Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin
Making of
The Re:Red_Horse object consists of 300 cans of Coca-Cola, Sprite and Fanta. Banks are tightly joined together, creating a visual canvas.
RE:Black_Square — homage to Kazimir Malevich
Making of
The RE:Black_square object consists of 160 cans of Coca-Cola Zero. Cans are painted black and white, forming a black square and a white border.
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