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Projects will be divided into performances and pieces for display. Pieces for display will be part of the exhibition but will not be part of the show. Performances will be in both the exhibition and the show.
Recyclable items can be used as work materials such as: old newspapers, plastic bottles etc. Dry refuse such as: shells, branches, food packaging bags etc. Household waste such as: petals, pumpkins etc. And items classified as ‘hazardous waste’ such as: nail polish, batteries, LED lights etc. In addition to recyclable/ raw materials, bonding materials that are used in the production should be eco-friendly as well.
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Final selections will be chosen based on the practicality, eco-friendliness, creativity, and aesthetics of the work.
Individual applications or group applications will be accepted.
This event is for exchanging not for purchasing. Purchasing will not be allowed on site.
Exchanged books must be either bilingual or written in English
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