A sectional piece to a fictional exhibit, Plastic: A Toxic Love Story, Second Chances reflects how the culture of sustainability hasn’t quite been established in American society. Walking through the exhibition, viewers learn about the rise of plastic innovations and how parts of our culture have developed negative perceptions about recycling.
Category: Environmental, Identity
With a clearer understanding of the “why?”, viewers then learn the “how” to become better advocates for sustainability. This final segment explains that recycling heavily relies on public infrastructure, and with a little research, citizens will know how to handle plastics properly.