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With the increasing global concern about the impact of plastic waste on the marine environment, international and local efforts have been undertaken across different fields – including the arts! Temasek Shophouse, a convenor for community collaboration and a catalyst for advancing sustainability, is hosting the Ayer Ayer Project to illustrate the impact and severity of plastic pollution through a four-part series of visual, experiential, and participatory artworks. Suitable for all ages, kids can get involved and get a tangible idea of how plastic waste invades our environment.
Developed by Singaporean visual artist Ernest Goh, the Ayer Ayer Project is a multi-faceted art project which combines art-making, public participation and social innovation to confront ocean plastic waste.