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“The Polyfloss Factory” is a joint effort by Nicholas Paget, Emile De Visscher, Christopher Machet and Audrey Gaulard, who created a process for turning plastic waste (typically PP) into plastic candy floss — with multiple future uses — inspired in the principles of the cloud-like sweet.
Fabienne Hess’ “Recovered VIII – Digital Print on Silk” is a collection of over 30,000 discarded images found on computers and printed on to silk exploring what happens to modern digital trash.
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