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Artificial Flower

Sizewell Nuclear Island

mid-21st century

As flowering plants declined due to a changing climate and the demise of pollinating insects, flowers began to be manufactured out of man-made materials. The re-planting of coastal areas with artificial vegetation following storm events was particularly prevalent from the mid-21st century to stop runaway erosion, particularly in the vicinity of the Sizewell nuclear island. 

On loan from Fran Crowe / The Museum of Beyond. 


Fran Crowe / The Museum of Beyond

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