“Let’s Live With Less Plastic” Exhibition is back to London

An exhibition aiming to fight plastic pollution has come to London, as part of Plastic Free July. The nationwide exhibition have erected large form digital billboards around London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh throughout July, aiming to make people think about their plastic consumption.

The Exhibition has brought together 17 artists from around the globe, with a passion for tackling the issue of plastic pollution, including Poldark actress Ellise Chappell, Ben Eine and Stuart Semple who have all contributed to the installations.

Hebe spoke to the curator of the exhibition Tia Grazette, and artist Paul Davis.


Tanya Francis 22nd July 2021

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