Half a Million CDs

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.

Bruce Munro installs CDSea at Long Knoll, Wiltshire from yatzer on Vimeo.

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.

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