Message in a Bottle / Lisa Bloodgood and Eric Corriel
(USA) Short Film
Message in a Bottle follows the paths and possibilities of a post-consumer plastic water bottle as it dies several deaths in search of rebirth.
Action: Sign on to the no single-use plastic pledge: https://www.plasticpollutioncoalition.org/pledge
Bios: Lisa Bloodgood has a background in community advocacy and local government, her work today has a special focus on community science-based research rooted in ecology, biodiversity, remediation and restoration. She is the NY Co-Chair for the NY/NJ Harbor Estuary Program’s Citizen Advisory Committee and serves on both the Steering and Technical Committees for the EPA’s Newtown Creek Superfund Community Advisory Group (CAG).
Eric Corriel is a public installation artist living in New York City. After graduating from Cornell University with a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy, he received a Diplôme National d’Arts Plastiques from the École Régionale Supérieure d’Expression Plastique in Tourcoing, France. Currently living in Brooklyn, Eric takes the urban landscape as a medium in which to create site-specific installations. He has taught in the MFA Design, BFA Design, and Humanities & Sciences departments at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he is also Digital Strategy Director.