A 5-metre installation for the 2nd Edition of the Ulaanbaatar International Media Art Festival, 'Traces of Anthropocene or Life' was the central piece installation for the festival. It features hundreds of PET bottles aimed to question the future of our seas and oceans if human activities continue to leave waste and trash as 'Traces' for the next generation.
Commissioned by Handuraw Pizza Events and Cafe, our team mounted a three-piece exhibition for the World Economic Forum ASEAN 2017. The platform allowed the team to push the agenda of environmental sustainability in the gathering of more than 700 business and industry leaders, regional decision makers, and heads of states.
An environmental awareness and social activism campaign, Bleached into the Deep, is a space installation project in collaboration with Bamboo Curtain Studio and Creative Reuse Center in Taipei, Taiwan. The installation was a huge success due to the high traffic that it generated for the center and the positive feedback from its visitors. Everything in the installation is made from found materials and industrial garbage from the reuse center.
The conceptual shop front Junked Travel presents an idea about the carbon footprint and the damage humans contribute due to their travels. It is a call for responsible travel and encourages everyone to be responsible tourists. Everything in the installation is made from found materials, in partnership with The Green Shed and CRAFT ACT for the DESIGN Canberra Festival.
Linking the concepts of sustainable development, environment, and youth empowerment, Geometric Trash-ures, is part of the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Philippines and Australia. It features the iconic animals from both countries made from upcycled materials.