Sea of Expansion, a Subtly Ironic Reminder of Our Environmental Impact

Sea of Expansion, a Subtly Ironic Reminder of Our Environmental Impact

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Photo source: ©© Grégoire Lannoy

Excerpts;

They are despised by many, cities and countries around the world have begun to ban them: plastic bags.

Artist Julie Brookman has managed to find beauty in this unlikely subject. With the careful study of their forms, through Brookman’s lens, it is possible to find tragic grace.

While art is often used to capture environmental destruction and incredible suffering, Brookman’s photos and sculptures evoke the viewer’s conflicted relation to plastic bags…

Excerpt, Treehuggers

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