Installation recreates polluted environments across the globe

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An art installation in London recreates the temperature and air quality of destinations around the world, letting visitors compare environments. Based at Somerset House, the Pollution Pods consist of five connected geodesic domes that visitors can walk through. The Pollution Pods are by British artist Michael Pinsky and first on display in Norway last year. It is a part of Climart’s four-year research project that tests to see if people’s attitude towards climate change can be influenced by visual art. The Pollution Pods use technology developed by Airlabs, a company based in Denmark, which emulates the pollution mixtures in different…

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