By Rachelle Adelante Amid the growing plastic pollution crisis, we see people rising up and taking a stand in a lot of different ways. Plastic pollution protests can range from marching in the streets to more unorthodox methods, such as protest art. Protest art is an important way to create public awareness for issues such as the single-use plastics problem. Creative consultant, activist and artist, Katie Williams uses art as a way to raise awareness of consumer habits regarding single-use plastics. Her "trash art" with Jen Fedrizzi is publicly staged on the busy streets of San Francisco and forces passersby to take a closer look. Glen Camarda San Francisco Trash Art She met photographer Jen Fedrizzi while living together at the Convent Arts Collective in San Francisco. Williams gushed over, "Jen had seen some of my performance art and she asked if I’d be interested to collaborate on the topic of plastic pollution. She absolutely reignited my passion for the environment." The duo first staged a performance art piece on the day after Thanksgiving in 2017 called, Our Sophisticated Denial , which took place in the street front window of the Artists’ Television Access Gallery on busy Valencia Street […]

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