In collaboration with Greenpeace, world famous sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor’s latest public art installation, Plasticide, is now on display in front of London’s National Theatre. The powerful sculpture depicts a family picnic on a beach plagued by plastic pollution. Part of the artwork is constructed with microplastics which were collected along the shores of Lanzarote, Canary Islands. The installation was produced to urge consumers, policymakers and packaging producers to cut back on the use of plastics.
Microplastics for the sculpture were collected along the shores of the Lanzarote, Canary Islands
Jason deCaires Taylor is well-known for creating the first underwater museum in Cancun, Mexico. He has also just finished producing another underwater musuem in the waters around Lanzarote.
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