While countries around the world seriously consider new, ingenious renewable energy sources, renowned photographer Mitch Payne's latest still life installation is giving a less scientific and more eye-catching tribute to our greener energy options.
Made in collaboration with art director Gemma Fletcher and designer Kyle Bean, this exhibit features several small glass tanks each containing miniature demonstrations of the solar, nuclear and wind-generated renewable resources being used today.
Connected to these tanks with crystalline tidal waves, geothermal pebbles and floating nuclear particles are working light bulbs. It's in this way that this group of creative thinkers are using their art to bridge the gap between the essence of renewable energy production and us and show that our renewable energy resources aren't just smart, but nice to look at too.
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This Art Installation Re-Connects Humans to Renewable Energy
- By: Brandon BastaldoMar 14, 2013