The gallery launched on 27 March, closing today (29 March), in Brixton – an area which surpassed its annual air pollution limit five days into 2017. Art showcased at the gallery was made entirely out of air pollution, and each artist displaying their work used Air-Ink technology to symbolise a bright future for city streets.
Tiger Beer has collaborated with Graviky Labs to help bring the Air-Ink technology to cities around the world, including London. Graviky’s technology can capture up to 95% of carbon soot from diesel exhausts, stopping it entering the atmosphere. The captured pollution is then transformed into Air-Ink.
The gallery illustrated the possibility for a more environmentally-friendly future, and symbolised the launch of the Air-Ink initiative in London before its rolled out to Berlin, New York and Singapore.
More: Singha Beer launched its late night food and music sessions in association with Thai restaurant Som Saa. Earlier in March, Goose Island's '312 Day' party returned to London.
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