Wrapped in Plastic

Muscat, Oman, the city of the oldest independent state in the Arab world, with multiple ethnic roots, and a high literacy rate, waste is presented as a secondary matter of concern, as it is one of the countries in the gulf region where waste overcomes the size of the nation and prevents the conceptual understanding of it, and how it is processed. In a country of general wealth and priviledge, decision makers, authorities, and individuals meet on the same level of ignorance regarding environmental care, moreover a functional system of waste processing in the city does not exist, allowing the cultural and traditional usages take place in everyday life, this module shows a deep lack of awareness in the region.