Re/Making Plastiglomerates
plastic, rocks, and various site-specific materials including nylon, beach glass, wild thyme, crustacean skeleton, porcelain, salt, plastic army men

2019, Shell House Arts
2017, MIT Climate Changed

Plastiglomerate-inspired sculptures in the shape of Arctic glaciers, primarily the Larsen-C Iceberg. "Plastiglomerate" is a term coined by Patricia L. Corcoran, Charles J. Moore, and Kelly Jazvac to define a new type of stone comprised of plastic, rock, sediment, and debris which functions as an anthropogenic marker. My project seeks to re-insert myself as a complicit member of the human species by re-making objects with detritus and plastic from local landscapes.

Troy, NY + NYC