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“Look At What We’ve Done”  was recently on display at the Cigar Factory in Long Island City as part fo the “Please Allow Me To Reintroduce Myself” Exhibit. The installation, over 6 feet in diameter, is a pool of shards of plastic bags sourced from packaging waste.  The work is a commentary on our throw away culture and a call to consider the environmental toll of plastics.

 

 

 

In this current political climate, artists need to use their voices to rally together. I feel fortunate to be a part of Sarah Sharpe’s “Tool Book” – a new project that compiles texts, images and objects that edify, inspire, support and radicalize members of the creative communities. An exhibit of the text and artwork included in the book was at the SoHo20 Gallery in Bushwick, NY.

You can stay connected or learn more about the project here: https://www.instagram.com/toolbookproject/ and for more information on how you can get your own ToolBook, check out this link. http://sarahgsharp.net/artwork/4256977-Tool-Book.html