A visual ode to change—immersing in urgency, reflecting on actions, and crafting a future with less polluted water
#WhatCanWeDoNow? presents a visually stunning and thought-provoking experience that advocates for sustainable practices, contributing to a cleaner, healthier planet. To underscore the urgency of the cause, the exhibition's title takes center stage in a decorative pool surrounded by plastic waste.
Crafted to be 'instagrammable', this intimate yet immersive space beckons visitors to share their encounters online, amplifying awareness and fostering collective action.
A series of wall-mounted faucets, radiating a calming blue neon glow that simulates the illusion of flowing water, frame an AI-curated list of simple yet impactful actions, inviting viewers to reflect on their role in mitigating marine plastic pollution.
To culminate the experience, Sea Level Rise chairs, meticulously fashioned from upcycled lifebuoys, provide a unique seating setting for introspection and contemplation.
-Sapphire Terrazzo recycled plastic by The Good Plastic Company
-Ceiling installation by Kriskadecor
-Sea Level Rise chairs by Tobia Zambotti in collaboration with SDMM - Sustainable Design (material) Museum
In collaboration with light designer Katerina Blahutova
Pictures by Patrik Ontkovic