Environmental conservation has remained a massive source of inspiration for the art world, and Monster Chetwynd is illustrating this powerful message in a manner London, England can't ignore -- a giant slug-like lighting installation that takes over the Tate Britain.
The piece consists of two massive slugs that were created using LED lights. The slugs sit at the entrance of the museum. On the wall behind these creatures is a slimy and illuminated trail that represents the alleged path that these artful animals took. The artist used this medium to draw attention to alternative energy sources and created the piece using largely re-used or recycled items.
This sustainable piece will be on display at London's iconic museum until the end of February.