The main constraint was to create the scenography and make the furniture from scrap. We went to meet the waste recovery center, the communications department of the Dunkirk urban community, and Dunkirk associations. Thus, we were able to recover materials from old exhibitions of the sugar market, materials from bulky items and glean different supports for the creation of the exhibition. All of these supports and materials represent, at the time of writing, 283,200 kg.
La Halle aux Sucres:
Sort, repair, create… From now on, we bring objects back to life! Fashion, furniture, home, decoration, food: do you want to reduce your waste, up-cycle, create and buy sustainably? Discover the exhibition There was a second time, a showcase of actions carried out in the region by associative actors or craftsmen, to reduce and recycle our waste. An original production by the artist duo GRG: entirely made from recovered and re-designed materials!
The main font in use is Gikit by Benoît Bodhuin. Information, set in both Gikit and a yet unidentified typeface, was printed partially using a handheld printer, causing and enabling distorted typography.