Earth Day bottles IV

Today was the first day of Spring break, so what better way of spending it than preparing hundreds of bottles for the Earth Day installation project?

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CLU students Megan and Sheena peel labels from the bottles. I don’t want to show the manufacturers’ names, and I think the bottles will look better if they are more transparent. When the sunlight hits them they look good. Although the bottles are ubiquitous there’s a nice diversity of form among the different varieties, so I think they’ll look great in the tree. I’m becoming a little concerned that there won’t be enough of a mass of bottles to really make the plane of the bottoms of the bottles really consistent. When we start hanging them we’ll see how it goes.

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Elizabeth counts the bottles, Ethan peels labels. 

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Izzy helps to bag the bottles. Nick continues to get the labels off. 

We have 657 bottles so far! 

All the children are scouts. Scouts Rock!

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About pearce

Michael Pearce is an artist, writer, and professor of art. He is the author of "Art in the Age of Emergence."
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