The Haunting Art of Plastic Pollution.

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The Haunting Art of Plastic Pollution.

 news 2018-05-22 at 10:43:34 am Views: 150
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    The Haunting Art of Plastic Pollution.
    Using trash from the sea and birds’ stomachs, Mandy Barker’s work forces us to face our waste.
    a series of photographic projects that illuminate plastic’s ubiquity as well as its reach—how printer cartridges that spilled off a ship in the Atlantic Ocean, for example, washed up on beaches from North Africa to Norway. Or how discarded bottle caps, from the hundreds of billions of plastic bottles that are manufactured each year, turn up on beaches—and in birds—around the world. Barker crowdsourced a global collection to show that.

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    https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2018/06/plastic-planet-art-pollution-waste/
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