The growing stream of waste, as rapidly driven by two main factors – our out-of-control consumption habits and population growth –, is one of the defining challenges of the 21st century. After superfluous consumption – often symbolised by pushing a trolley along a supermarket aisle – comes the final stage in the life-cycle of a product: disposal – which is not always immediately “out of sight”. Most waste ends up in incinerators and in neverending piles of trash, both hazardous spaces filled with toxics that pollute soil, water, air, eventually life itself.
2007 - ongoing
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