Did you know that all of our past exhibitions are available online?
The MyPlastic/ project shines a new light on this material by exploring the often highly personal relationship we have with it.
From a therapeutic salad spinner that whirrs like a train. To a cheap
garden chair that becomes a sanctuary in a burned out compound in the
Congo. To a penguin deity that feeds off plankton and brews the best
These are the plastic stories of designers, humanitarian documentary
makers, scenographers, animators, monster makers, academics and
astronauts. Stories of objects that are loaded with emotions, memories
Louise Dennis (Assisant Curator)