Plastic Century is an art installation aimed at raising awareness of the amount of plastic pollution in our oceans. The installation was designed by artist Sarah Kornfeld, oceanographer Wallace J. Nichols, and futurists Stuart Candy and Jake Dunagan.
Plastic Century grabs your attention in a unique way. It asks you to drink water from water coolers representing various years of plastic pollution. The years range from 1910 to 2030, and the amount of trash in each cooler increases from year to year.
Plastic Century is a great way to raise awareness for ocean pollution. Check out the gallery or click on the links to learn more about the project.
Plastic Century is a Wake-Up Call for Our Plastic Pollution
1. Plastic Pollution Awareness - Creating art installations that raise awareness of plastic pollution in creative and engaging ways.
2. Interactive Installations - Using interactive elements in art installations to capture attention and encourage audience engagement.
3. Collaborative Art Initiatives - Bringing together artists, scientists, and futurists to create thought-provoking art projects with a social and environmental message.
1. Environmental Activism - Using art and creative initiatives to engage the public in conversations about plastic pollution and encourage sustainable practices.
2. Art and Design - Exploring the potential of art installations and interactive experiences to convey important social and environmental messages.
3. Environmental Education - Developing innovative approaches to educate and inform the public about the impacts of plastic pollution on our oceans.