Bribie Island Seaside Museum
11 Sep, 2019 - 3 Nov, 2019
Plastic pollution has become ubiquitous in our oceans and on our shores.
Featuring life-sized wearable pieces made of trash collected from beaches and oceans, this exhibition makes visible, in a grotesquely amusing fashion, what is often overlooked. The works highlight a growing problem - and provoke action.
A touring exhibition from artist Marina DeBris.
Image credit: Castaway by Marina DeBris (detail), photographer: Richard Flynn, model: Hannah Kat Jones, hair: Erika Schmidt, makeup: Lori Benson.
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1 South Esplanade, Bongaree,
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