WALKING ON

This work is the culmination of two years of daily pedestrian commutes, looking down at the edges of sidewalks and roadsides. Through this process of walking and noticing, fragments of colorful and ugly things on the ground have slowly begun to reveal new visual meanings. The benign disposability of wrappers, to-go cups, and plastic bags is called into question when considering the permanence of these materials. This work examines the value fragments of trash may suggest as items in transition, yet things that will live on in the world long after we are gone.

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