Microplastics Rain Down from the Sky

Microplastics are a type of plastic fragment that is less than 5 mm in length*. Scientists recently recorded a daily rate of 365 microplastic particles per square metre falling from the sky in the Pyrenees Mountains in southern France.*


Microplastics Rain Down from the Sky presents three artists dealing with contemporary attitudes to climate change.


*U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
*EcoLab in the School of Agricultural and Life Sciences & National Geographic



previous page: Blue Bag (2015-19) 
Hilary Jack, bronze, blue car spray paint, installation. edition of 5 + 1AP. 

Opposite: Fall (2020) 
Hilary Jack Bronze leaves, series of 4 different leaves - sold as an edition of 3 different leaf, nut or seed combinations.

Following pages: Installation at 4 Edgar St Worcester, S Mark Gubb, Now Who do we Shoot? 2012 Photograph on plexiglass, 120x90 Edition of 3 + 1AP. The Last Judgement (2019) S Mark Gubb, stone carvings and spray painted oil barrels, fabrication carving by Trevor Clarke and Spraywork by ______  (Detail pages 8,9 )

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