What would you do if you had half a million un-used CD’s? Art of course!
At Long Knoll Park in Kilmington, England, a group of 160 friends recently laid 600,000 discs to create CDSea, a massive waterway of obsolete media. CDSea is the work of artist Bruce Munro, who put out the call for unused CDs only a few weeks ago. Unsurprisingly, they poured in by the thousands.
CDSea will remain installed in the park for two months—the snaking section in the middle is intended as a public pathway—after which the CDs will be recycled.