An interesting mini-exhibition in the ESI building featuring art made of plastic waste found on our shores. Bad and ugly things made beautiful. One big (3×3 meter) installation by Liz Franklin ‘Trawler Trash’ now hangs in the atrium:


From the top: A guillemot woven from hundreds of washed up cable ties (Liz Franklin), lids, caps and bottle tops picked up by one person fro one hour at a local beach (Claire Wallerstein), thousands of shotgun wads, most probably from guillemot hunting on the Canadian east coast (Claire Wallerstein), two ‘trash heads’  (I do not know who made these, apologies). IMG_0773IMG_0770


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