The World After Us.

Armistead, Catherine.
2017

Particularly in the U.S., the speed at which materials are discarded creates an invisible but massive accumulation. Paradoxically, remnants of the plastic cups, forks, plates, and bags that are used once and immediately forgotten about can remain in the ocean for centuries. The fleeting is remarkably permanent. I manipulate plastic bags almost beyond recognition to hypothesize what they may look l... read more

This object is in collection:
Undergraduate honors theses
Subjects
Environment (Art)
Refuse as art material.
Tufts University. School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Genre
mixed media.
installations (exhibitions)
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/013703
ID: tufts:23248
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Usage: Detailed Rights