The video below from Recycle now shows how the bottles are sorted and recycled.
Once the material is broken down it can be spun by clothing companies such as Patagonia.
Louise Dennis (Assistant Curator)
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|East Avenue, 2014. Relief print made from latex cast.|
|Butterfly, 2013. Etching (plate made using old credit cards).|
|Chair, 2013. Linocut.|
|Tree Bark, 2014. Relief print from latex cast.|
Stock en transit (Stock in Transit) - Les Passages Insolites (The Unusual Passages)
images taken by Kirsten Hardie
With a pinch of irony Stock en transit (Stock in Transit) playfully brings together an impressive number of colourful objects from our familiar surroundings. These polymorphous sculptures question the elusiveness of things as well as our tendency towards excessive consumption and hoarding of diverse objects, especially in the summertime.
EXMURO arts public, in collaboration with the Ville de Quebec, is proud to present its new project of intervention in a public space. The project brings together professional visual artists and collectives of architects from the Quebec City area to deploy intriguing ephemeral installations over six sites. Guest creators have produced unprecedented works that playfully bring the neighborhood [sic] to life while questioning our relation to the world and the urban public space. Their work reflect the strength and boldness of Quebec City artists.
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