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There is not one part of the sea left untouched by our rubbish. Nearly 11 kilometres under the sea’s surface, plastic bags snuggle into the sand on the Mariana Trench. Eventually they unmake themselves, working their way into the filaments and blood of the vertebrates who make a life in the dark. Changing them. They too now live with our innovations run riot. Everything in moderation; we preach. But we’re not the only thing that’s multiplying. Some say jellyfish will be the only survivors when everything else has fallen apart, already floating through the sea’s flux for 670 million years. We don’t like to think of anything resisting our appetites. But there are things that don’t wait for us to listen.
This videopoem is part of ‘Disturbance Zones’, a suite of videopoems that explore ways in which our natural and social environments are becoming increasing unstable. This project, with new videopoems fortnightly, explores the metaphor of disturbance throughout our environment and social lives, challenging the way we think about these constant changes around us. You can follow the project on Vimeo.
Plastic proliferates at the bottom of world's deepest ocean trench: nationalgeographic.com/news/2018/05/plastic-bag-mariana-trench-pollution-science-spd/
win > < win artwork involving jellyfish by Rimini Protokoll: rimini-protokoll.de/website/en/project/win-win
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