Promote private marine protected areas! by Team F

At present, private marine conservation does not yet play the role that it should, given its great potential. Despite considerable successes in marine protection, private marine protected areas are mostly without promotion and recognition of international initiatives and programs. Read More …

The Universal Sea Book has landed! – Book Launch Flashback

The Universal Sea team were excited to finally present the launch of our book: The Universal Sea – The art and innovation guide against the plastic epidemic. The long awaited release was celebrated with a public event on Friday, March Read More …

Evanescent – A textile and mixed media sculpture

Paola Idrontino, recently completed Evanescent, a textile and mixed media sculpture which portrays coral bleaching caused by climate change. In this video, you can take a small glimpse of some of her making processes and the motivation behind her recent work. Her website shows artworks that condense Read More …

Rubbish Colonialism versus Consciousness

Beauty gets wasted by waste! Seaweed on a shore may be obscured by rubbish – dangerous waste! We throw rubbish into the sea, and so waste is moved from land to sea – making a line from T.S Eliot’s “Wasteland” 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 …

Healing the sea !? – by Malatsion

The installation “Genese/genesen” (2016-2017) shows plastic moving in water – in the shape of fantastic marine living beings. Could this be a science fiction motif like the artificial development of new species made of plastic, growing by assimilation of plastic Read More …