Without Net - Recycled Art Painting by PFISHOVA Viola Pryba-Hadaś

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Without Net - Recycled Art

PFISHOVA Viola Pryba-Hadaś

Poland

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Size: 31.5 W x 31.5 H x 0.6 D in

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Painting: Acrylic, New Media, Manipulated, Plastic on Canvas, Plastic.

Recycled Art - Without Net
(OBJECTION FOR GLITTER)


An original artistic project containing the idea of ​​Recycled Art and ecological-ethical issues. It assumes the secondary use by me of the so-called Raschel bags, nets, bags used to pack household items such as apples, potatoes, garlic, as well as other plastic elements or cables. After being dumped or thrown into waters, they pose a huge threat to the natural environment: terrestrial and marine animals: fish, turtles, seabirds, whales, dolphins... 700 species of animals are exposed to the presence of plastic and among others, also nets, wires. Animals confuse the abovementioned waste with food dying due to digestive disorders or strangulation.

Plastic and microplastics present as m.in. microgranules in cosmetics or ubiquitous glitter are eaten by fish and other marine animals, and from there they end up in the food chain... sometimes on our plates. Pollution with plastic is a disaster that threatens the health and life of all the inhabitants of our planet.


Subjects:

Geometric

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