Monday, March 4, 2019

Monochrome mania


The Plastic Monster returning from the sea. An art installation titled 'It never goes away' at the Bandra Worli Sealink promenade to raise awareness about the dangers of dumping plastic into the sea.

The installation titled, ‘It Never Goes Away’ stands 27-foot-tall and is conceptualised by Mumbai-based visual artist SAGE along with execution partner Arthat Studio. Maharashtra had imposed a ban on plastic since April '18.

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10 comments:

  1. Yes, awareness about the dangers of dumping plastic into the sea is needed.
    Thanks for sharing this photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  2. Sad but impressive. I think it will help, I hope so! Frightening like the real thing. I like art with a goal.

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  3. Hari OM
    An effective piece! YAM xx

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  4. Harsh realities of the 21st century. I hope all of us can minimise plastic use.. but what happens to that what we have used over the years??

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  5. That's an amazing installation - and makes an excellent point! Great, dramatic photo.

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  6. It is a n apt image. We get what we deserve.

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  7. Plastic is not good when it ends up everywhere especially in the ocean. Nice art piece with a strong message.

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