Dive into a visual debate of trash vs treasure, as TerraCycle and friends exhibit a collection of upcycled artwork that shows the power of unconventional thought!

March 1st, 2019 - April 13th, 2019

TerraCycle is a global company that creates collection and recycling systems for conventionally non-recyclable products and packaging. The company employs 250+ people globally, with 115 employees in its upcycled and artistic 500,000 square foot headquarters in Trenton, NJ.

The exhibition includes works by Darshan Alatar, Oki Fukunaga, Sid Lopes, Valentine Michelet-Marrec, Nick Palchanes, Leon Rainbow, Ede Sinkovics, Tiffany Threadgould, Nina Valenti, as well as TerraCycle employees. All featured artwork is made from reused materials including old toys, beach plastic, wine corks, and cigarette butts.

A special guest installation will be featured in the Vault. Korean reclaimed denim artist Heemin Moon collaborated with the International Textile Sourcing Group, an installation agency collaborating with Moon for all showcases and exhibitions to create an immersive thought provoking experience.

Community Events:

Birth of Venus by EdE Sinkovics

Birth of Venus by EdE Sinkovics

Opening Reception: Friday, March 1st, 4:00pm - 7:00pm

Join TerraCycle employees + friends for a zero-waste reception Friday, March 1st, at the grand opening of 'Scrapped'.

TerraCycle Presentation: Tuesday, March 19th, 6:00pm - 7:30pm

Gain compelling knowledge about eliminating the idea of waste and learn how TerraCycle has been working to divert total waste from landfill through the past decade.

Earth Month / Closing Reception: Friday, April 12th, 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Join TerraCycle + BSB in celebrating Earth Day by relishing unique art made from trash!

Scrapped Exhibit Special Installations

Heemin Moon

Leon Rainbow

Streets Keep Callin’ installation created by Leon Rainbow.

Streets Keep Callin’ installation created by Leon Rainbow.

Upcycled Denim Dog installation by graphic artist Heemin Moon.

Upcycled Denim Dog installation by graphic artist Heemin Moon.