….coastal geographical words, understanding of different polymers, appropriate materials, remaining animation shots to use in the making of my exhibition installation and for specifically for specialist support:
a laboratory to carry out a chemical analysis of the different polymers fused together in the plastiglomerate samples that I have collected over the last year. The analysis will form a important part of the part of the installation
promotional help, such as contacts in news papers, journals, on line sites, who would be intersted in telling the marine plastic issue from a new explorative visual angle using the Littoral Art Project story and exhibition
Any suggestions/comments/networking help for the exhibition would be much appreciated. A press release with short summary of the project, exhibition information and schedule can be found and copied from the Press Release page. Please forward this to any supportive organisations, journalists and colleagues/friends asking for editorial coverage/ help with promoting the exhibition. Neo-Terra: a burning marine issue at Da Gadderie, Shetland Museum & Archive, Lerwick. Oct 8th-Nov 12th . Many thanks.
Footnote: ‘inappropriate resting place’ taken along the Forth estuary, while completing the photogrphic illustrations for my Guide to Beach Litter.