Alessandra Di Ronza
Domestic environments are usually considered to be as personal safe zones in our daily life. But even these places are also affected by plastic pollution. Its presence here has different sizes, in fact it is more common to talk about micro and nano-plastics. Seeing as how they are invisible to the human eye, it is more difficult to become aware about their presence. Our private spaces are overwhelmed by the quantity of plastic, even our bodies host it. This material with its additives is toxic and can cause diseases. This project aims to represent the different ways in which plastic can be present in our domestic environments and how our intimacy has been permeated.
Tarang Bharti • Laura Chen • Boris Dadvisard • Alessandra Di Ronza • Diogo Ferrari Santilli • Yige Huang • Carmen Li • Adrian Lloyd-Thomas • AJ Perez • Qi Ruoyu • Xiayi Su • Agata Winiarska • Nilupa Yasmin • Yi Zhu •