2-D and 3-D Art for Zero Waste Exhibitions
What is Waste Art?
Waste Art is; 15 tons of recovered waste material that's being upcycled into a large body of 2D & 3D wall, floor and pedestal art for sustainable zero-waste art exhibitions.
Where is Waste Art?
Artworks are currently stored in safe, weather resistant, temperature controlled conditions in Simi Valley, California, directly behind Waste Management, which is located at the base of the Simi Valley landfill.
Why Zero-Waste Art?
Waste Art's projects engage the creative practice of making art with the social and ecological issues facing the world today, earning the knowledge, language, and skills necessary to excel in this new emerging field.
How Can I See the Art?
Zero-waste art can be shown at any major art museum, gallery, event or festival that recognizes the catalytic roles art made with waste can play in addressing our planets pollution-free future. Zero-waste artworks can be viewed in person or on-line by making an appointment with WASTE ART.
How Art Reduces Pollution!
When non-recyclable waste material is upcycled into art it reduces future landfill volume and the greenhouse gasses that they will produce. And, zero-waste art helps to keep these unwanted "discards" from polluting our environment.
Who's Creating the Art?
TODD BANK is a visionary artist/inventor exploring the idea that non-recyclable waste materials when converted to art can help mitigate the root causes of certain forms of pollution. His goal with the zero-waste art collection is to exhibit the entire body of work in a solo exhibition.