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Ecological Specialist Patsy R. Davis Converts the Detritus of Daily Life

Using nasty covers, weak drives and water bottles, environmental artist Patsy R. Davis recyles others' detritus to make set ups that protect sources in order to preserve the sources and attractiveness of World.

Unable to avoid the attract of thrown out city detritus, Davis recomposes and intervenes in the trash to scrap pattern to come up with set ups that cause fundamental questions to the audience.

What are the costs of our choices? Would we make different options if we were more conscious of environmentally friendly expenses of power, components, transportation and disposal? If we truly recognized the costs to generate oil products, to transportation them and get rid of or remanufacture them, would we modify our behavior?

Environmental Artist Patsy R. Davis

Source : Davis work

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