At the Intersection Gallery (SF, CA): Life Cycle, an installation

A collaborative painting and sculptural installation by NoMe Edonna, Ricardo Richey, and Andrew Schoultz looks into consumerism, consumption, recycling, and "the complex mechanics and hidden components of recovering physical material for reuse." If you're reading this, then you likely want to know more. As an interesting twist on the topic, the trio also touches upon how cultural differences affect the approach different communities and societies take regarding consuming and recycling material goods. Problem and potential solutions are both addressed. At the Intersection gallery in San Fran. Runs through April 16. It's f-r-e-e, so check it. Thanks for the tip, William! ::Intersection [by MO]

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