Srotozemstan is back! Respectively, the first statue made from old electronics appeared close to metro station Andel. It ‘looks’ at pedestrians from its seven metres height. In Prague, it appeared for the third time, as it is a mascot of the event, inspiring folk to recycle their used electronics. The organizer of the happening is traditionally ASEKOL, a non-profit association dealing with electric-trash recycling.
So right now, if you have some electric devices you don’t use, now it is the good time to get rid of them – bring them to Andel and help the Srotozemstan to grow. The main statue will grow until Thursday, which is also the day when thrash contributors can win something in a draw.
Czech Srotozemstan was inspired by English WEEE man, the robotic statue, that was created by Paul Bonomini in London.
Theme: Sculptures exhibition
- Srotozemstan, the WEEE man landed in Prague [September 10 2008, 09:39 AM]
- Austrian culture center: Hans Kupelwieser, Postmedial Sculptures [November 9 2007, 13:04 PM]
- Srotozemstan - WEEE man competition in Prague [September 20 2007, 12:00 PM]
- Sculpture Grande returns to Prague [June 22 2007, 09:50 AM]
- Lachaise's exhibition full of passion [October 19 2006, 14:29 PM]
- Sculpture Grande again in Prague [July 20 2006, 11:35 AM]
- Big statues come to Prague again [June 29 2006, 09:15 AM]