'Taking Stock' — 06.09.10

Eve Armstrong wants your trash!. She is collecting clear plastics for a new sculpture as part of a Wellington-based project called 'Letting Space'. The project commissions NZ artists to create art works in vacant commercial space.

Eve Armstrong (New Generation artist) wants to collect your clear plastics for a new sculpture called 'Taking Stock' that she is making as part of a project called Letting Space.  Letting Space 'Making Dreams Realty" is a public art poject in Wellington.  The project commission New Zealand artists to create art works in vacant commercial space.  Check out:

You can drop your plastics off NOW at a collection point in a gallery near you. These are:
-The New Dowse, Lower Hutt
-Pataka, Porirua
-Enjoy, Cuba St, Wellington
-Toi Poneke Arts Centre, Abel Smith St, Wellington

From 25th September you'll also be able to drop plastics off at City Gallery Wellington.

OR Eve can try to pick your plastic collections up too.

Basically any clean, clear or milky white plastics are great except for milk bottles and shopping bags. Rigid packaging is Eve's preference.