Recycling Art at Memorial ACTe, museum of slavery in Guadeloupe

RecyclingOTPublished: March 13, 2018Updated: March 14, 2018
Published: March 13, 2018Updated: March 14, 2018

While vacationing in the beautiful country of Guadeloupe, I came across plastic bottles and other recycled objects used in art. These pictures were taken at the Memorial ACTe, museum of slavery. I think that the sardine cans might symbolize a slave ship and the connected plastic bottles look to me like chains.

The museum was incredible and multi-sensory with sound effects, music, art and videos. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l5vtgj0mWTU
and learn more about using recycling materials in therapy at:
http://www.RecyclingOT.com

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