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Project 0 makes drinking tap water in public places a fun, positive and digital experience. …

Project 0 makes drinking tap water in public places a fun, positive and digital experience.
By transforming cold, stainless steel drinking fountains into Art objects Project 0 creates a positive association with drinking water from a public fountain. Through crowdfunding a public fountain now becomes a collective fountain. Finally by adding digital to our fountains people have the option to make micro-donations for every refill. Now drinking tap water in e.g. Melbourne Australia is directly connected to a water project in e.g. Tanzania. The objective is to reduce the global plastic pollution by focussing on one aspect of this big problem; plastic pollution associated with drinking water out of disposable plastic bottles.

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  • 1. Transforming drinking fountains into public art.
  • 2. Bottled Water is everywhere…
  • 3. …promoted by Super Models in bikini’s.
  • 4. The alternative? Urinal resembling, stainless steel objects …
  • 5. Transforming drinking fountains into public art.
  • 6. One sculptural object, many different artistic expressions. Yayoi Kusama Shaun Tan Andrew 0’Brien

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