RECYCLING STARDUST 
HD Video of installation, 1.22 mins 2020  
Recycled plastic sculptures: Level 3 Diploma students, Installation & Project Design: Lorna Carmen McNeill, Lecturer in Art and Design, Film: Claudiu Muntean, Lecturer in Media, Editing: Lorna Carmen McNeill and Tayo Rapoport, Child Studio, London, Technical help setting up installation: Steven Kernot and Duncan Burke.

Film of Installation created as part of an art project to raise awareness on sustainability issues. Sculptures made from recycled plastic bottles/containers/sheet, sculpted, re-shaped and painted with glass paint by my students in Level 3, Year 1, Diploma in Art and Design, Epping Forest Campus, New City College - Year 2019-2020. 

We are literally made from the same chemical elements as stardust.   Nearly every atom within us was once inside an exploding Supernova star. We are all part of a highly creative evolutionary process or vortex that progresses in an infinite cycle from dark to light, from night to day. As part of our evolution it is crucial for us to recycle plastic to conserve energy and protect the environment by reducing water pollution and air pollution from the harmful chemicals and greenhouse gasses which are released from it in landfill sites.