According to research, it turns out that we are eating and breathing plastic, as are the organisms we consume.
Usually, that comes in the form of microplastic, small particles that come off more substantial pieces of plastic or bits that escape filters and other forms of collection.
The photo series takes eight kinds of foods and drinks known to contain plastic, including seafood, beer, sea salt, honey, and even bottled water.
The exhibition’s art pieces are both sobering and humorous, raising concern without pontificating, educating while not lecturing.
While the health impact of ingesting microplastic is as yet fully understood, we do know that it is harming the environment and the flora and fauna exposed to them.

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