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#MouldMap6 Competition... some inspiration: 03 October 2016

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Alexandre Bavard, BULKY, performance at Galerie P38.

Feeling inspired by the Mould Map 6 — Terraformers exhibition? We’ve teamed up with Landfill Editions  to offer you the chance of winning Mould Map goodies…

If you had your own armour, what would it be like? What does it look like, what it is made from, what does it protect you from, and what world do you wear it for? Is it decorative? Is it utilitarian? Is it symbolic? What does it say about you and your world? Everyone needs armour sometimes, and we want to give prizes for the most exciting, imaginative armour out there.

To be in with a chance of winning, design and share your own armour with #MouldMap6 on Twitter or Instagram. Read the full details on how to enter.

Check out this great entry from bethanyhkelly on Instagram. What does your Terraformers armour look like?

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