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Watch: Lebanese artist converts glass debris into sculptures

On the 4th of August, a pillar of fire devastated Beirut’s port area and the blast shattered windows, glass and debris many kilometres away.

A Lebanese artist, Sara Abou Mrad, uses glass debris from the Beirut blasts to make man-in-motion-shaped art.

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Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad works on a sculpture made of shattered glass collected in the aftermath of the August 4 explosion at Beirut port.
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Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad poses with her sculpture.
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A sculpture, made by Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad of shattered glass collected in the aftermath of the August 4 explosion at Beirut port.
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Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad sands a sculpture made of shattered glass.
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Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad works on a sculpture, made of shattered glass collected in the aftermath of the August 4 exlosion at Beirut port.
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Lebanese artist Sara Abou Mrad poses next to her sculpture at her studio in the Lebanese capital.

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