This piece is made of nontraditional art materials like plastic shopping bags. Very common stuff that people daily uses and then throw right away.
Given their huge consumption, to me, they have a meaning that makes them artistically interesting. Every time I go to the grocery store, I have a recurring question in my mind: Where does all the plastic trash we produce end up?
This work aims to ponder a sort of real paradox: Plastic is an "eternal" material that we use just "once", and most of the time it ends up in the ocean.
- Historical and Political, Figurative
- Mixed Media - Unframed
- Paper, Acrylic, Soft Plastic, Rubber, Canvas
36.00 inches wide
24.00 inches tall
2.00 inches deep
- 10.00 lbs
- Orem, UT, US