MyPlastic reissued


We surround ourselves with powerful objects that either spark memories of times gone by or that we would find hard to live without.  They can comfort us, make our lives a little easier, or remind us of special people. In these unpredictable times of national lockdown, partial opening, and then closing down again we have decided to reissue a project which explored these emotive objects.

The original project combined a physical exhibition with digital films highlighting the very personal connections and relationships we have with particular objects made of plastics.  This reissue digital exhibition showcases the videos made for the original project and features stories from designers, humanitarian documentary makers, animators, monster makers, and academics.  These stories demonstrate how objects can be loaded with emotions, memories and meaning.

This time round we would like to see or hear about objects that have special meaning to you. You can join in by using #MyPlastic across social media and tag us in on Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook.

Sir Christopher Frayling >