Plastic is a contradiction. It is something that is very simple, yet at the same time, is majorly complex. We use plastic on a daily basis—it’s in our clothes, on our screens, and has made its way up the food chain. It’s everywhere. We are so unmindful of plastic’s prevalence that it might even be in the food we consume every day. From afar, the sushi in my image looks ordinary. Yet, if you pay close attention to the details, you will notice that this innocent-looking food is actually harmful. The colour orange is vital to my work as it promotes striking emotions concerned with change—excitement, anxiousness, and even despair. Orange is also commonly associated with warmth, yet, in my work, it also represents superficiality. We consume so much plastic that the plastic itself starts to consume us.