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3D Sculpture Exhibit on Coal Air Pollution in Sofia 

3D Sculpture Exhibit on Coal Air Pollution in Sofia 

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The installation features five statues 3D printed in biodegradable plastic, made from 3D scans of real people in communities from Alcudia, Spain; North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany; the Jiu Valley, Romania; and Silesia, Poland. The exposition was created for COP24 in Poland (2018) by CEE Bankwatch Network, Greenpeace International and Europe Beyond Coal. The statues have been placed so they appear to “emerge” from freestanding steel sheets, symbolizing their desire to move away from the dirty, industrial past to a clean, modern tomorrow. Each has a glowing symbol inside representing an element of their story: A green medical cross; a blue megaphone; an orange tree; pink lungs; and yellow curtains. 
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