This week saw the opening of the Footprints of Ignorance sculpture exhibition by artist Jose Goñi at Lanzarote Airport, which will remain open for viewing until 20 June.
These sculptures that form the exhibition were made from waste collected in natural spaces of Lanzarote, through the geolocation app ‘Papacria’, which was developed exclusively for this project.
The exhibition consists of 28 pieces made mainly of rubble, metal and recycled plastic extracted from garbage or waste generated by humans and abandoned in the wild, which is increasingly present in the local environment.
In addition, the sculptures are accompanied by photographs, posters and a map of the island with all the points and natural spaces where the collection of the waste had been made.
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