Ian Addison Hall's " Future Trash" is a series of photographs of trash, duplicated, mirrored and programmatically assembled into three dimensional cubes. The project shows how New York City's garbage can be revived and restored in a way that creates something new. Ian explains, "This series uses photos taken of piles of trash to create spiritual, cubic shrines. The end result commemorates the discarded consumer goods and attempts to restore some of the emotional energy and purpose that they had before they were thrown away."
Find out more about the project here.