Projections of crying babies on factory smoke protest China’s air pollution
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Projection seems to be growing in popularity as a protest tool, whether it’s due to a lack of legal legislation surrounding its use or its ephemeral nature. We have already seen Holograms for Freedom, the world’s first hologram march in protest of Spain’s new ‘gag’ laws. Now, Chinese company Xiao Zhu is projecting images of suffering children onto toxic smoke as a protest against commercial pollution.
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