Sandcastles – by Sophia Siossios

Sandcastles is an ongoing art project that aims to highlight the current reality with waste on our beaches and in our seas.  It’s part art and part awareness. This project started at the end of the summer in 2017 when artist Sophia Siossios Read More …

Vanishing Oceans Project – by Linda Byrne and Maggie Dubris

In the 21st century, it’s no longer Jonah in the belly of the whale, but bottle caps, popped balloons, and shards of plastic. Ninety-five percent of the ocean has never been seen by human eyes. We’re destroying a mystery that Read More …

SUBMERGE: a meditative experience into water – by Alex Côté

Pure or Plastic? Did the water sources on Earth change because of our plastic weapons? Are we already aimless droids, drowning in an exploitative lifestyle plaguing our own future?  Can we free ourselves carelessly from our plastic armours and swim Read More …

Waves – by Nevena Vuksanovic

We are daily witnesses of consumer mania and the greedy accumulation of unnecessary things in order to satisfy the trivial human needs presented to us as an existential necessity by the media. Products are produced for short term usage, of poor quality, all Read More …

White Death – by Antoaneta Tica

Since the industrial revolution of the 19th century, nature has become more and more weak against the artificials elements created by man. Among these inventions, plastic is one of the materials whose disintegration process is very long, with serious effects Read More …

0ceanFlowr – by Anneli Goeller

Water as a vessel. Water as a life source. Water as our composition. Our bodies as water and bodies of water. This interactive web video reflects on water as a precious commodity. A plastic, disposable water bottle is a vessel. Read More …

An Undesirable Archive – by Steve McPherson

“…. Not only do the works highlight the problem of the amount of debris in the sea…. the mysterious, the unusual, the forgotten and lost. But these wreckage pieces, these objects symbolise the history of the world up to this Read More …

“See!” – Stop Feeding The Monster! – by Ingrid Goldbloom Bloch

What if every time you washed your clothes, put on cosmetics, or drank a bottle of water you were unknowingly feeding a destructive sea monster that would grow to enormous proportions and ruin the planet? “See!” Is an art piece/project Read More …