Elise Morin’s latest waste material art installation, Water Carrier is a unique water-themed project for the “Biela Noc” (White Night) festival in Kosice, Slovakia. Using 5000 reclaimed test tubes, Morin created a series of sculptures in the artificial Mlýnský Nahon river that draw attention to the city’s water resources. The test tubes are filled with a biodegradable water tracer called Fluorescein that glowed neon green at first, but eventually faded away. The unique light installation raised awareness about water, pollution and the effects of humans on nature.

Ooooh, glowing.

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