Last Night’s Garbage
Photoblog documenting trash on New York City streets.

A crowd sourced anti-litter, Instagram project that chronicles a global digital landfill. It also generates some data about liter.

Migration of Receipts, Cameron Zotter
This project displays receipt trash found over a 48 hour blitz in Baltimore City, Maryland. Whether propelled by human movement or nature, the receipts have made a migration from the retail location to the found location.

MIT SENSEable lab’s Forage Tracking
The Forage Tracking project maps how Catadores, informal recyclers in Brazilian cities, find and collect recyclable material in the city.

MIT SENSEable lab’s TrashTrack
TrashTrack uses hundreds of small, smart, location aware tags (like GPS trackers) attached to different types of trash so that these items can be followed through the city’s waste management system, revealing the final journey of our everyday objects in a series of real time visualizations.

The Gallery of Lost Art
An online exhibition via the Tate Modern that explores the materiality, nature, biography and archive of missing works of art.

Urban Societies and Waste (Sociétés Urbaines et Déchets)
A network which brings together researchers and PhD students in the humanities and social sciences with the aim of synthesizing ongoing research on the question of waste management in French and foreign contexts

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