New aerial installation by renowned artist debuts over London's famous Oxford Street
A new aerial art installation has taken over London’s famous Oxford Street to encourage action on the transition to a low carbon future, helping to fund community rooftop solar energy and the planting of woodland in the capital.
The Clean Power campaign, which was founded by #TOGETHERBAND in support of UN Sustainable Development Goal 7, has partnered with Oxford Street to amplify the message and help visitors, shoppers and businesses find out how they can play their part.
Made of recycled plastic from marine environments, the installation consists of 105 vast, 4-metre flags, which span the entire length of Oxford Street from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road. Once the artwork has made its debut in London’s West End, the campaign will embark on a world tour that will see it visit Japan, The US, Italy, Australia and New Zealand.