Alviso All-Salt Critiques Pharmaceutical Dependency

Alviso All-Salt Critiques Pharmaceutical Dependency

Sea salt containing drug compounds not absorbed by the human body is harvested from the San Francisco Bay in an unusual art project.

Lisa Baldini
  • 13 october 2010

As we previously reported, in France and Italy, an overuse of medication has caused the natural breakdown of human bodies to slow, creating urban planning issues with overpopulated grave sites. Recognizing that such issues surrounding pharmaceuticals are as applicable to ecology of the environment as much as individuals, Jon Cohrs and Morgan Levy have created an “All-Salt” that critiques this problem:

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