Plastic Participation asks us to look to our collective futures, portraying the long lasting life cycle of plastic in contrast to the impermanence of human life.
Using the temporal nature of film loops to articulate the role that plastics play in our everyday life, Plastic Participation blends the personal with political, raising the question of personal responsibility within our unconscious actions.
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Zev Tropp is a young emerging artist currently completing his last year of a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT University. A multi-disciplinary artist, Zev is interested in the tensions between the personal and political alongside the performed and static state. Zev’s practice shifts between mediums of painting and video that address the human condition in the fast paced world of technology and over-stimulation.