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Stop and Look at something you would unconsciously throw out, and Find beauty.

Arifah Rahaman-Aronson

Sayaka Ganz creates sculptures from discarded plastics. She uses naturalistic depiction of the animals, and upon close inspection you'll see the items are scratched, dented, or marked with use. Sayaka's sculptures shows there's great potential in these waste materials. The Japanese Shinto animist belief that even plastic kitchen items may have spirits or souls and be alive in ways undetectable by humans and therefore should be treated with kindness and respect.

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