Ulterior ecology is an experiment on how we might reimage our lost natural world in the future - where we might use plastic to reconstruct extinct biological forms for future generations. Waste plastics are shaped into forms reminiscent of corals and marine invertebrates and printed on textiles. The unnatural is imaged using a medium with associations of the organic domestic - man made waste materials embedded in soft fabrics. Ulterior ecology intends to alert us to the current problem of plastic, and how it's use and disposal affects our marine ecosystems.
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