Using sheet plastic made from fused-together waste plastic bags from South African supermarkets, we will create large biomorphic forms that noisily and heavily jostle for space as they inflate and deflate, heaving and squashing each other like fighting walruses.

The forms represent at once the corporations that proffer the waste material – clambering as they do for the biggest share of the market – as well as the consumer – on again and off again in protest at the wasteful action they have no choice but to partake in, losing energy and momentum after a period of action, the pattern of gathering and dissapating movements becoming resembling a dance.