Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss
Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss

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Using beauty to shock, artist pairs rubbish picked from beaches with lookalikes from nature to send a message about consumer culture

  • ‘I started noticing two items with the same shape, surface texture and buoyancy, yet they couldn’t be more different,’ says artist Liina Klauss
  • Her show Involuntary Pairs, at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, pairs found objects from beaches with an item from nature to question our consumerism

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Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss
Hong Kong-based artist and activist Liina Klauss. Photo: courtesy Liina Klauss
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