Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/ARTWORK--WHERE----No-one-wears-a-watch-27MZIFJXRIHZD.htmlConceptually similarPlastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7LCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7MCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7NCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7OCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7PCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7QCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7RCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7SCompleted★★★★Plastic Waste on a Beach in MajorcaGP0STOM7TCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQWZLARTWORK: WHERE? - No one wears a watchThis summer, Mandy Barker joined Greenpeace’s Beluga II Expedition visiting remote islands off the west coast of Scotland. The islands were blighted with plastic pollution. Through this piece the artist presents us her visual interpretation of the journeys plastics make: the time they spend at sea in order to reach such remote locations, how long it takes for them to degrade, and their impact on the environment. The piece features items collected from the islands of Sanday, Canna and Skye.Ingredients: ‘Frozen' watch, trainers, flip flop sole, fish sand mould, heel of a shoe, HP inkjet cartridge, Coca-Cola bottle, water bottles, bottle caps, straw, plastic fork, plastic cup, comb, lighter, Lego, golf ball, toy tennis racket, kettle, coat hanger, bicycle tyre, dog ball, floor mop head, toothbrushes, umbrella, bucket, nozzles, torch, plastic shell, reel, toilet fragrance holder, spade handle, half toolbox, medicine bottle, cup, print stamper, deep fat fryer lid, football, building blocks, toy doll, party popper, U-bend pipe, scouring brush, gun cartridges, Fairy Liquid bottle, plastic duck, knife handle, various wheels, dummy-soother, crisp bags, balloon & holder, various filters, flooring, fishing related debris (line, rope, buoy, net, tennis ball), blue bird, yogurt pot, vintage Esso oil container, handles, and part of a sign with ‘WARNING’ printed on it.Locations:Europe-United KingdomDate:22 Jun, 2017Credit:© Mandy Barker / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7016px X 4962pxRestrictions:GREENPEACE USE ONLY. NO THIRD PARTIES, NO RESALE, NO ARCHIVE, FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY, NOT FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING. CREDIT-LINE COMPULSORYKeywords:Art works-KWCI (GPI)-Marine debris-Marine pollution-Oceans (campaign title)-Plastics-RubbishShoot:Plastic Waste Artworks by Mandy BarkerIn the summer of 2017, artist and photographer Mandy Barker joined Greenpeace’s Beluga II Expedition visiting remote islands off the west coast of Scotland. The islands were blighted with plastic pollution. Mandy collected and sorted through the plastic packaging and created three series of fascinating compositions to support the End Ocean Plastics campaign and help deepen our understanding of this issue.