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e-Forest

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There is something mythical to forests: they symbolize life's origins, home to our 

deepest fears and most profound hopes, to reassuring and more disturbing creatures inherited from pagan traditions.

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Man ceased to listen to these guardians of the origins. The forest has become a raw material, reduced to paper pulp, to packaging, enslaved to our new emergencies of non-essential e-deliveries.

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With e-Forest, Fab Rideti invites us to think twice about our consumerist frenzy using her usual combination of art with a twist of humor and poetry. She brings mythical beings back into the forest, dressed in recycled carton: elves, driads, fauna or centaurs…

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Through their recovered cardboard costumes, e-Forest characters claim back their forest and our inner life with it. 
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