膠袋佔每日塑膠垃圾其中一大比例, 當中部份更會被沖出海洋, 俾海洋生物當成食物食咗, 污染食物鏈最終無可避免會由我地自己食番。
是次項目係同 Greenpeace綠色和平 嘅合作，希望透過一件令人深刻易見, 能置身其中的裝置, 令人覺醒雖要減少製造一次性膠垃圾。
"多膠魚"由三百幾個一次即棄洗衣店膠袋縫製而成, 由高壓風扇吹起, 內裡空間約二百多呎進行體驗活動。 2016年10月7-8日於文化中心海傍展出。
Plastic bag is one big portion in our daily plastic wastage, other than the landfill, some of them will end up floating in the sea, easily mistaken by sea creatures as food. Contaminants in the food chain will inevitably ends up back into our body.
In this project working with Greenpeace, we hope to address and raise awareness of the issue by creating an eye-catching, immersive installation. Public are invited be "eaten" by our Plastic bag fish, which is constructed with more than 300 disposable plastic laundry bags then inflated by a high pressure fan. Walking around the constant moving fish body is one unforgettable experience, the installation was exhibited in Hong Kong Cultural Centre Harbour front, 7-8 Oct 2016.