MAKING WITH RECYCLED PLASTIC
29 JUNE, 10AM–4.30PM
ZONE 4 – HIGH ST KENSINGTON
Join architecture collective Black Females in Architecture to create a series of objects and shapes using recycled plastic. How can domestic plastic waste be transformed into useful new objects? Taking inspiration from the Design Museum’s current exhibition David Adjaye: Making Memory, participants explore themes around identity, cultural memory and the politics of waste, whilst creating a series of objects using recycled plastic.
All the materials used during the workshop will be provided and all abilities are welcome. Participants are encouraged to bring their own domestic plastic waste to better understand how this often discarded material can be transformed into a series of innovative new objects. Participants also have access to the Design Museum’s current exhibition David Adjaye: Making Memory as a part of the workshop.