The existence of trash islands is well known to everyone at this point. The Great Pacific garbage patch, also described as the Pacific trash vortex, is the collection of plastic and floating trash, which comes primarily from countries in Asia. A similar patch of floating plastic debris is found in the Atlantic Ocean, called the North Atlantic garbage patch. They exist thanks to our disposable culture and overwhelming consumption. Nothing is made to last and the companies make sure of that. In a way we are forced to throw away things, unlike our grandparents who used to pass things from generation to generation. The exhibition suggests solutions and points us in the right direction - to save our planet.