TRASH project X Affordable Art Fair

We love partnerships and we are happy to invite you to a new great collaboration with the Affordable Art Fair in New York.   We will be selling bags and holding a sign-up for our EARTH DAY CLEAN UP Sunday 4/22 at St. Nicholas Park in Harlem. Visit us on the Pink Level at the Affordable Art […]

TRASH project Gurgaon

In 2014 Madhav Mohan contacted us to recreate the project after he got fed up with the trash situation in his home town of Gurgaon. In recreating the project, he organized a series of clean ups that mobilized his friends and local volunteers in an effort to bring more attention to a very public issue of lack […]

Maximalism Montreal

The city of Montreal commissioned 35,000 bags for our largest Maximalism yet. The project lasted 6 months and covered 1 kilometer of Ste Catherine St. in the heart of the village district in Montreal. May – September 2014        

Pattaya City Beach Clean Up

In Thailand we were asked to help with the National Campaign of Amazingly Clean Thailand. As part of our efforts we worked with the Pattaya Municipality Sanitation Department and local volunteers to clean up one of the many beachfronts on Pattay Beach Road, and generate awareness on keeping the oceans clean with the local public and […]

Lainie Dalby X TRASH

When we gave Lainie Dalby of Visceral P.L.A.Y. Studios bags to use for a collaboration we did not know what to expect.  The result was trash bag houte couture filled with style and play. Recession Runway, NADA Emerging Artist Party, May 21, 2009 NY Art Book Fair, P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, October 3, 2009     

Maximalism St Marks

Curated by Henriette Hosbond and Amanda Bloch from Roskilde University June 1st, 2009      

Shocking TRASH

Video collaboration set in Naples, Italy amidst the Naples Sanitation Crisis. In 2008 the landfills in Naples had filled up and the sanitation workers refused to pick up the trash. City squares, parks, beaches, and side streets became dumps. Filmmaker Tomaso Cardille and Naples native Alberto Polo approached Adrian Kondratowicz to collaborate on a short video […]

Maximalism NYC

The streets of New York are paved with…trash. About 10,000 tons of residential waste is collected daily by the NYSD. This ordinary function results in trash monuments, uncanny in scale.   Staring in Harlem then traveling throughout NYC, the local community was invited to produce each site-specific installation. TRASH project bags were distributed to persons responsible for sanitation and maintenance […]