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Michael James Fox, Plastics

Plastic is a densely loaded material and concept. One of the great scientific and industrial innovations of the late 19th and 20th centuries, plastic has become the all-pervasive staple of modern manufacturing, technology, and their speculative futures. In the same breath, plastic has become laden with a flood of negative connotations; it is the talisman of environmental degradation, the detritus of an unsympathetic petrochemical industry, and a signpost of global ill health. New York photographer Michael James Fox’s debut artist book 'Plastics' takes a very different vantage on this most complex of materials and ideas.

48 p, ills colour, 21 x 27 cm, pb, English

£28.00GBP

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Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics
Michael James Fox, Plastics