Plastic Waves Are Still, is a series in flux using refuse washed up on the shores of Prince Edward Island to create sculptures reflecting the relationship between the land and water merging at the shoreline. By exploring and documenting the transformation of materials this series represents the strong yet delicate gesture of the waves reaching for the shore, while the energy of the tide acts as a filter for purging the refuse from the ocean onto the land leaving it partially buried and tangled in organic matter in a line at high tide.