Jean Shin, adjunct professor-CCE of fine arts, was interviewed by the New York Times about her new “Invasive” installation that transforms plastic bottles into a rock covering reminiscent of moss: “Most single-use plastic is not recycled, and our consumer waste is invading the world. What’s the true cost of this convenience to our landscape and our bodies?” The work is part of the Re:Growth, a Celebration of Art, Riverside Park and the New York Spirit exhibition which also includes pieces by Wennie Huang, BFA Painting ’94, and Mary Mattingly, visiting assistant professor of fine arts