“Forever Life... only life is forever ”
Omnipresent, Omnipotent, at Pandora’s Plastics we cater for everyone, everywhere, all the time
Pandora’s Plastics are a world leader in all manner of plastic products. We suply to such industries as The Fashion Industry, The Consumer Goods Industry, The Electronics Industry, The Healthcare Industry, The Health and Safety Industry, The Toy Industry, The Construction Industry, The Chemical Industry, The Agricultural Industry, The Housing Industry, The Hospitality Industry, The Food and Beverage Industry, The Cleaning Industry, The Mining Industry, The Paint Industry, The Paper Industry, The Hardware Industry, The Recreation Industry, The Automotive and Transport Industry, The Beauty and Self Care Industry and of course The Packaging Industry.
Plastic holds the promise of a better world
Taking medicine to new heights and giving our lives greater comfort
It’s in the packaging that protects us and the pacemaker to empower us,
Everyday touching every generation
From the ambulance to the emergency room
It puts the answers in our hands
And hope in our hearts
For a safer and more brilliant tomorrow
Plastics make it possible
This is the wonder that is Plastic. It’s that Plastic Fresh we have grown to love.
Plastic, a whole new world.
Plastic is forever.
Plastic on the beaches, plastic across the oceans, plastic in the air and in your bloodstream.
Plastic is the new force of life.
Pandoras Monster is a theatre show raising awareness about the impact of plastic and our relationship to plastic consumption. It takes, as a starting point the explosion of plastic technology in the 20th and 21st seen through the lens of the myth of Pandora's Box. It has been developed and performed at the Falls Festival (2018) and Taste of Tasmania (2020) and now continues to be developed into a virtual experience, incorporating performance, video and animation. Collaborating with Matthew Fargher and Jason James.
This work was supported by Arts Tasmania.
Felicity Jane Horsley (Flick) is a well-travelled Tasmanian performer, mover, theatre-maker, educator and creative activist. With an extensive background in physical theatre training, lifelong explorations in group creative projects and a passion for outdoor movement, mind-body medicine and re-wilding our domesticated lifestyles.
Felicity has worked and completed studies across the globe in disciplines that include acrobatics, clown, dance, yoga, somatic movement practices, interdisciplinary performance and Deep Nature connection. She is a graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts (Postgrad in Theatre Making) as well as John Bolton Theatre School, Beijing International arts school, a certified yoga teacher and Wayapa Wurrker. Wild living and approaching life with playful curiosity as a way of creative positive change is at the core of her being. Felicity is currently enjoying bringing her arts and wellbeing passions together, mindfully connecting people with their bodies each other and the natural world through her work School of wild Wellness.