An interactive installation exploring the benefit of biomaterials and the value it has on biodiversity, creating a environmentally-sound step towards creating a better future.
An immersing display on the negative effects the world has on the unnoticed role biodiversity plays within our ecosystem through projections.
Over time the biomaterial naturally disintegrates back into the environment, leaving a sustainable effect on the environment.
Using projections to inform people of what our ecosystem entails, showing the consequences we face with biodiversity decreasing on top of a sustainable material.
Bachelor of Design with Honours
This installation in the Wellington Botanical Gardens invites visitors to discover a life without biodiversity, focusing on the importance of bioplastic and the value it has on biodiversity creating a environmentally-sound step towards creating a better future. By simulating a life without biodiversity at the same time reflecting on the richness of the botanical gardens, immersing the visitor into an alternative world about the unnoticed role biodiversity plays within our ecosystem.