Sarah Newton explores the consequences of our industrial and technological development. Notwithstanding the many benefits, impacts on our environment and the health of all living beings
Out-Sight-In examines man-made debris washed up by the sea and explores facilities available for the disposal of what we no longer have a use for.
Sarah’s experimentation with scanning illustrates the slow deterioration of plastics. Together with images revealing the inner world of waste management she aims to encourage behaviour change from ‘out of sight and out of mind’ to ‘in sight and in mind’, thus supporting actions needed to tackle this growing problem.