Waste, consumption awareness and urban mobility are recurrent subjects in the works of the artist Eduardo Srur.

The urban intervention Mercado (Market) provokes the reflection on the way we relate to purchase processes. The idea of the "death" of the supermarket cart points to a problem of the current system of production and distribution of food and products in society.

The metal sculptures scattered through the streets of the largest city in Latin America point to the urgency of changing consumption habits that dominate the contemporary model of life and impact on nature.

Technical Data Sheet

10 pieces
Metal, wood, salt and enamel paint
3.80 x 3.70 x 2.20 m

City of São Paulo, 2016