From June 19th, 2019 my exhibition ‘Where Does Your Plastic Go’ is a part of the ‘Operatie Jonas’ project of WWF Nederland. Until June 26th, we showcased them at the City Hall of Katwijk in the Province of Zuid-Holland, and now the exhibition continues at the headquarters of WWF in the city of Zeest until September 2019.
You can read more about the exhibition and the project here: https://www.facebook.com/operatiejonas/photos/a.232400684379492/319465939006299/?type=3&theater

Interview in the Ecuadorian press

This nice interview came out a few days ago in Diario Expreso, an important newspaper in Ecuador, under the title ‘The pollution of the sea, through the lens of Fabiola Minda’. Now the online version is available: https://www.expreso.ec/vivir/fabiolaminda-fotografia-plastico-contaminacion-ambiente-FG2697142

‘Mar de plástico’ (A Sea of Plastic) exhibition in Guayaquil, Ecuador

On January and February of 2019, I traveled through Ecuador meeting people and documenting plastic pollution in different provinces covering the coast, highlands, and the Amazon. That’s how Mar De Plástico (A Sea Of Plastic) was born: with the purpose of showcasing the findings, specifically, from the coastal province of Santa Elena.

A Sea Of Plastic is part of my ongoing project, “Where Does My Plastic Go?”, which documents plastic pollution around the world and that aims to create environmental awareness by means of visual storytelling.

With the support of the city hall of Guayaquil, M.I. Municipalidad de Guayaquil, and Plaza Guayarte
the exhibition is open the whole month of March, 7 days a week.

Venue: Plaza Guayarte, white gallery. Guayaquil, Ecuador
Date: March 1st – March 31st, 2019
Time: 9:00 – 23:00

‘Here But There’ photo exhibition at Debalie Amsterdam, from 4th October till 1st November 2018

‘Here but there’ is the result of 1,5 years of work and travels throughout five countries: Thailand, Singapore, Portugal, The Netherlands, and Ecuador. What inspired me to create this series was my surprise to see how homogeneous the people of the world behave, this also includes the approach of technology and our relationship to it.

This series shows our obsession with our phones as a society on three continents and how much we may need to actually disconnect in order to really connect.

More info here:
https://www.galeries.nl/expo.asp?exponr=89465