Visitors to NEO Terra have taken time to record their responses to seeing the New Land an archipelago of plastic islands stretching across the PLASTIC OCEAN and appearing in the POLYMER SEA .
Beautiful work, great to work with Julia, truly inspired. Kirsty (UHI fine art student)
I feel sorry for the animals and nature. Well made ID
Very worrying but excellent exhibition, thought-provoking S Mathieson
Thank you this is an outstanding exhibition IP
Well done, fascinating & so worrying C Hill
Amazing! Really brings to life the problem of plastics in the environment Austin
Important wonderful work well done Julia
Incredibly important work Julia inspired and inspiring. Congratulations. J Ashdown
Thought provoking installation R Priest
Interesting but very worrying
Memorable and so unsettling A Williams
Stunning – thank you for bringing to life the destructiveness of man. C B
Thought provoking and shocking, Great exhibition. K Hubbard
Fantastic, interesting, informative excellent exhibition. E Bennet
Stunning work which has an impact on so many levels, emotional visceral, acerbic, and cognitive – very powerful and beautiful. J Nixon
Once I found a 6 foot diameter ball oaf plastic strapping, would have tangled up boat, seal or turtle. Criminal! W Johnson
Great vision Timely exhibition – very acute, Will re visit N Heth
Had a wonderful discussion with Julia about her work. The presentation especially the film is incredible work. R & N Carlin Ontario Canada
Fantastic exhibition. Hard hitting video piece is really good. C Slater
Loved this display and is actually quite eye-opening once you see it laid out , about what pollution is doing. Very easy for children to understand as well which makes it even better. Would like to see more like this. Fiona Livingston
It was amazing thank you for showing us K McCormack (12)
Fairly brings home, the amount of damage being done to the world and the legacy we are leaving for the generations to come. McCormack
Great to see the culmination of a project involving schools, including ours. An ingenious and creative process with links to arts, science and words. Plastiglomerates mimic rocks – distinguishing reality can be an interesting concept. Joyce Gordon (Nesting school teacher)
Brilliant, multi-layered work, engaging, imperative – works at so many levels Judith Edinburgh
You walk on a beach & notice debris, flotsam /jetsam. Two or three days later you walk onto another beach & again notice the same. But you somehow do not notice the accumulative damage which this display brings to your conscious! Jim B Lerwick
Glad to have had the opportunity to talk to so many visitors, to hear their own observations about local beaches, their outrage at what we are witnessing and their support for finding new ways to show the critical need for change.
Please keep writing in Da Gadderie and here on line. How do we bring about change?
I will be in the gallery on Friday afternoons 2 – 4pm analysing the beach samples, visitors welcome.
Thanks to Alistair Hamilton for the following review: The Littoral Project: An Exhibition That Worries, Provokes, Inspires | Shetland.org http://www.shetland.org/60n/blogs/posts/the-littoral-project-an-exhibition-that-worries-provokes-inspires#.WAfheZuH1cM.twitter