36 Creatures of the Gyre

Reconsider the deluge of single-use plastic containers by appreciating their bottled potential.

Swiggy
Swiggy

A group of grad students representing the University of Waterloo’s Water Institute are returning to Night\Shift to recalibrate their efforts to encourage locals not to use plastic bottles. SWIGS‘ illuminated recycled fish from last year – affectionately named ‘Swiggy’ – will be brought back and joined by a considerably larger turtle, a jellyfish, an octopus and a stingray. The four new illuminated aquatic animal sculptures, aka Creature of the Gyre, will be installed at Kitchener City Hall property to ignite discussion about the environmental consequences of choosing single-use bottles.

Wanna get involved? Night\Shift and SWIGS need your help to make this particular exhibit float.

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Kitchener City Hall (200 King St. W.)
7pm to 2am
  Outdoor
  No touching!