POLY - UBIQUITOUS in SYDNEY - Cynthia Schwertsik
art, public art, plastic, sustainable art, colour, photograph
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POLY – UBIQUITOUS in SYDNEY

POLY – UBIQUITOUS in SYDNEY

POLY – UBIQUITOUS in public space on hoardings

this artwork was one of 10 projects chosen form 526 for the City of Sydney to be on display 2017/2018

This Is the New Street Art Brightening up Building Sites Across Sydney’s CBD

Poly-Ubiquitous is an exploration into the future of landscape. The humble shopping bag and the transparent paraphernalia that transports our daily nourishment in convenient parcels and then get’s binned. This mundane, almost invisible unassuming stuff was piling up in my studio, just so I would get a sense of the mountain I alone produce, I was appalled! There is so little we actually can make use of through recycling,  I highlighted an environment that we might move through very soon.

2 Comments
  • Pheobe Tosolini
    Posted at 08:10h, 27 December Reply

    plastic is a fearful enemy of humanity

    • CynthiaSchwertsik
      Posted at 01:41h, 23 January Reply

      Well, in the form of garbage, yes, but then: plastic itself has no agency. We need to make concise decisions how we use this material, as it also has great possibilities.

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