Top 100 artworks

These are our Top 100 submissions of artists for the Universal Sea – pure or plastic?!

 

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Plasticos Multicolorus
by Denise Frechet
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Title:
Plasticos Multicolorus

Author:
Denise Frechet

Description:
Plasticos Multicolorus is an installation presented as a Natural History Museum exhibit. It is made up of a bird, the Plasticos Multicolorus, a globe, showing the location of the plastic sea, and a mock press release describing the discovery of the Plasticos Multicolorus, a bird feeding on plastic debris from the plastic sea. The Plasticos Multicolorus, is made of plastic bags, plastic bottles, polyurethane foam and hangers. Its size is: 100 cm * 179 cm * 28 cm. It should be hanged and it weights 3 kg. The globe's diameter is 30 cm, it should be presented on a plinth or a table. The press release is 30 cm * 42 cm. Plasticos Multicolorus is related to the Universal Sea Project, as it is made out of plastic garbage and shows ways to recycle this garbage. It also makes us reflect upon the fate of birds: if nothing is done concerning the plastic pollution of the seas, only plastic birds might survive!
Description:
Plasticos Multicolorus is an installation presented as a Natural History Museum exhibit. It is made up of a bird, the Plasticos Multicolorus, a globe, showing the location of the plastic sea, and a mock press release describing the discovery of the Plasticos Multicolorus, a bird feeding on plastic debris from the plastic sea. The Plasticos Multicolorus, is made of plastic bags, plastic bottles, polyurethane foam and hangers. Its size is: 100 cm * 179 cm * 28 cm. It should be hanged and it weights 3 kg. The globe's diameter is 30 cm, it should be presented on a plinth or a table. The press release is 30 cm * 42 cm. Plasticos Multicolorus is related to the Universal Sea Project, as it is made out of plastic garbage and shows ways to recycle this garbage. It also makes us reflect upon the fate of birds: if nothing is done concerning the plastic pollution of the seas, only plastic birds might survive!
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