Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan's large-scale photographs capture the footprint of unchecked consumerism and waste, from the towering junkyards of Middle America to the skeletal remains of coastal birds whose stomachs reveal a diet of brightly colored plastic trash. While criticizing unsustainable consumption habits, his images often acknowledge the accidental beauty of their subjects, such as the crisp geometries of discarded cell phones and circuit boards lying in vast landfills. A former cooperate lawyer, Jordan also creates mosaic-style photos of instantly recognizable images—such as Seurat's famous painting A Sunday on La Grande Jatte, fashioned from 106,000 soda cans—that visualize the inconceivable statistics surrounding global consumption. His work has been showed internationally and is in the permanent collections of the Getty Museum, LACMA, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

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