Swiss’ Carb to report about its first collaboration with the artist Etienne Krähenbühl
The artist Etienne Krähenbühl has reused the scrap carbon fiber provided by Swiss' Carb to manufacture some of his artworks
Swiss’ Carb is glad to report about its first collaboration with the artist Etienne Krähenbühl, one of the leading figures in the international sculpture landscape.
The exhibition De la poule à l’oeuf, de la plume aux polymères
Starting from yesterday it is possible to visit the Etienne Krähenbühl exhibition De la poule à l’oeuf, de la plume aux polymères in collaboration with the scientist Rudy Koopmans expert in the field of polymer. The Château de Vullierens (Yverdon-les-Bains) will host the exhibition until August, 20th. The artworks correlate the spirit of the time, one of the main dominant topics of Etienne Krähenbühl work, with the progress made in finite resources. Another key topic is represented by the concept of waste and the idea to reexamine our relationship with it in order to be able to respect nature.
Swiss’ Carb to encourage the reuse of the “scrap” carbon fiber
Swiss’ Carb has proudly provided the artist Etienne Krähenbühl with the scrap carbon fiber Pie Aeronefs usually disposes of at the end of the productive process to manufacture some of the artworks shown in the exhibition De la poule à l’oeuf, de la plume aux polymères. This collaboration highlights the mission of Swiss’ Carb: to make the scrap carbon fiber an attractive product for companies and individuals who want to give it a new life.
The photos on our social media channels show the outstanding artworks made thanks to his genius and the reuse of the carbon fiber.
Below, you can see one of the amazing artworks created by Etienne Krähenbühl with our "scrap" carbon fiber.
Etienne Krähenbühl while presenting his exhibition De la poule à l’oeuf, de la plume aux polymères at Château de Vullierens