Using beauty to shock, artist pairs rubbish picked from beaches with lookalikes from nature to send a message about consumer culture

//Using beauty to shock, artist pairs rubbish picked from beaches with lookalikes from nature to send a message about consumer culture

Using beauty to shock, artist pairs rubbish picked from beaches with lookalikes from nature to send a message about consumer culture

Artist Liina Klauss is known for raising awareness about the devastating impact human actions have on the environment, in particular marine pollution. In 2018, she caught the public’s attention with a large-scale, rainbow-like installation in Bali, Indonesia – where she lives when she is not on Hong Kong’s Lantau Island – constructed from more than 5,000 plastic flip-flops.The discarded footwear had been collected in six visits to the shores of the Indonesian island’s west coast.For her latest…

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