Margot Berkman | Exhibition Hospital Amsterdam Medical Centre 2018
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Exhibition Hospital Amsterdam Medical Centre 2018

A deep sea experience of algues made out of wool and silver, drawings and bronze objects. 


With this exhibition in AMC, Margot shows large and small sculptures. Some of them are made out of more than thousand pieces of wool that are spun with algues. Her inspiration comes from the sea and the oxygen that seaweed and algues provide for the world. They are the lungs of the sea.


Margot Berkman creates awareness for a healthy ocean. Since the nuclear disaster in Fukushima on the 11th of March 2011, there are no seaweeds left around this place.


art committee AMC Amsterdam


AMC Amsterdam


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