The World’s Largest Artistic (Rain)water Mosiac
This YouTube video teases you as it goes through the steps taken to produce the World’s Largest (Rain)water Mosaic.
Sixty six thousand cups of colored water are carefully arranged.
Finally, the picture emerges.
Interesting project and interesting way to attract attention to an important current public policy issue.
Can you guess what it is?
The YouTube description reads:
To raise awareness among the general public about the global clean water crisis, the artist Belo created an image composed of 66,000 cups of colored rainwater simulating levels of impurities found in water all over the planet. This major work of 3,600 square feet, representing a fetus in the maternal womb, emphasizes the necessity of water, even before birth, for each living person.
Fun Facts: 66,000 compostable and biodegradable cups, 15,000 liters of colored rainwater, 1 kg of vegetable dye, more than 100 volunteers, 62 hours of work, placed end to end the 66,000 cups would measure 5.2 km long.
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