Referencing food, but made from everyday single use plastics and foam, these assemblage works examine modern society's appetite for convenience and dependence on these toxic materials.

The works are constructed with techniques mimicking a sushi chef’s: rolling and slicing, but using all manner of single-use plastic as the ingredients. Using three dimensional slices, or sections of rolled single-use plastics as mark-making devices, abstract wall reliefs and sculptural works 

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Contemporary visual art, Environmental art, Private art instruction

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