More than 800 recycled bottles have been meticulously crafted by the artist Amel Batita to create a texture conceived as a second skin.A skin designed to be worn and exhibit.
The artist's meticulous attention to each contour and scale-like pattern creates a captivating illusion of depth and dimension.
It's a testament to the transformative power of art, turning something ordinary and disposable into a luxurious treasure.
By repurposing abandoned plastic bottles, the artist invites us to reconsider our relationship with waste and consumer culture.
The Brocot texture becomes more than just an artwork; it becomes a symbol of renewal and regeneration in the face of ecological challenges.