Studio Drift debuts a piece at the Eindhoven museum that can be categorized as a plastic installation.
Since consumption is a driving factor for climate change, many designers and artists seek to take a stance and promote awareness for it. Amid the many plastic installations that reuse materials and cover topics like ocean pollution, Amsterdam-based Studio Drift undertakes a more uniform and material-centric route with its 'Materialism' series.
The presentation boasts 3,000 blue blocks that have been neatly laid on the ground. Each cube consists of the amount of plastic needed to make an individual supermarket bag. By tying the quantity of material to the end product, Studio Drift is able to connect two elements that can contribute to our eco-conscious mentality.
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