Rasa Tumaševičiūtė is a PhD student in Ecology and Environmental sciences, representative of Vilnius University Life Sciences Centre PhD students at Senate, environmental-social collaborator and circular economy consultant.
Artwork is part of a bigger exhibition “Už švarią Lietuvą” (For a cleaner Lithuania) which takes a critical view of consumerism issues from social, scientific and cultural points (You can find it until 18th of November: https://goo.gl/maps/9TVePGMXWGjrHzG27).
Artwork tackles with microplastics problem in our beach sand. Microplastics were collected from Klaipeda’s Melnrages beach during beach cleaning effort “(Ne)matomos Baltijos smiltelės” (Unseen Baltic sandstone).
“(Ne)matomos Baltijos smiltelės” (Unseen Baltic sandstone) https://www.facebook.com/notes/k%C5%ABrybos-kampas-360/nematomos-baltijos-smiltel%C4%97s-socialin%C4%97-akcija-2019-m-spalio-5-d/2489605394493382/?__tn__=HH-R
“Už švarią Lietuvą” (For a cleaner Lithuania) https://www.facebook.com/events/1073134673077139/