London's Plunge Project
Although static in its display the Plunge Project by artist Michael Pinsky is a colorful example of using civic space and data to engage the public in a conversation by showing Londoners what their city and landmarks will look like when covered by the expected water levels of 3111.
A collobrative effort between the artists, Artsadmin and London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT) Blue LED rings will be wrapped around famous London monument's Duke of York Column, the Paternoster Square Column and the Seven Dials Sundial Pillar and invites us to "look again at some of the monuments in the capital, to think about their history and how to protect their future."
Image Credit: ©Julian Andrews & Kristian Buus
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