T.I.T.S.UP. PHOTOBOOTH (This Is The Single Use Plastic Photo Booth ) returns to Electric Picnic next weekend!
As we paint the signs and get the team ready for some festival fun with our photobooth that is designed to highlight the obvious avoidable waste on our island/planet….. it strikes me how ironic it seems to be talking about living more sustainably at a music festival that seems to showcase what a disposable nation we actually are…… a place where tents are becoming almost as single-use as plastics bottles. I could have collected tents in their hundreds on Monday morning after ATN festival a few weeks ago …… This year our hope is that we can help to be part of the change in attitude to plastic and campsite waste, to help make events sustainable in every sense of the word – environmentally, socially and economically. So if you coming to Laois next weekend – DO Stop by at- TITS UP@Globalgreen at the Electic Picnic and have your portrait taken and maybe even share a beverage in a real cup!
We each have a role to play.
The show must go on, but not at this cost.
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Annie Holland is an Irish artist and photographer currently engaged in artworks that tackle and highlight, the growing problems of plastic pollution.