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The series 'intimate plastic' shows snapshots of a relationship based on the plastic objects of each situation, be it the first kiss or the first argument. Since a plastic straw takes about 200 years to dissolve, the items of the first date will still exist if the said couple and their potential children are no longer alive. The dichotomy of a brief moment between two lovers compared to the insanely long shelf life of a simple disposable article forms the cornerstone of the series. At the same time, in a world more and more in digital spheres, there are less and less physical things related to important events. Instead of souvenirs, there are selfies from the holidays and instead of letters simply screenshots of conversations. The questions are: are tangible memorabilia worthless nowadays? Will you experience nostalgia in the future only via screens?

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