Blackbird Caye, Belize. Volunteers from Oceana, Oceanic Society and National Geographic participated in this message with collected plastic from remote and tiny outpost island. Oceanic Society Research station, drone photograph by Eric Ramos.
What Once Was Lost Must Now Be Found: Chronicling Crimes Against Nature
Installation view, Hudgens Prize solo exhibition 2014. Depicting: Bitter Pills (floor piece), Defective Flow Chart (back wall), 2006, 44” x 28”, Drift Lines (back left wall), 2014, and The Crime of Willful Neglect(for BP) (front left wall), 2014. 84” x 138” x 6”
Economies of Scale
Detail, 2013. Microplastic, plastic, hydrocarbons, and steel. 72 specimens of ocean plastic removed from beaches of Alaska, Greece, Hawaii, Costa Rica, Italy and the Gulf of Mexico, beginning with a single styrofoam ball from a sea cave in Greece to a 15 lb. hard plastic net float from Katmai National Park beach on the Alaskan Peninsula.