The murky depths of Victoria Harbour will give up their secrets when divers retrieve pieces of junk for an exhibit at the annual Arts Fair. An artist from the Tai Po Environmental Association plans to create a sculpture from the junk to highlight the environmental degradation of the harbour. The Fringe Club is organising the event in consultation with a group called A Better Living Environment. Project co-ordinator Sally Barnett said the location of this year's Arts Fair, outside the Cultural Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui, provided a natural backdrop for an examination of the harbour's environmental condition. 'The harbour is not given as much environmental attention as it deserves so we wanted to introduce a fun way to include the arts into that,' she said. Up to 10 divers from the Hong Kong Institution of Scuba Training will search for junk for the project, called 'Ode to the Harbour'. Ms Barnett said: 'I am not sure what we will find. The divers will do two separate dives 100 metres east of the Cultural Centre on January 20 and 27 . . . They will also be using special underwater lights and cameras to take photographs of what is in the harbour and these will be displayed as either a collage or individual shots.' Ms Barnett said that the divers were more concerned about the cold weather than the possible health risks associated with swimming in polluted water. The sculpture will be unveiled at the Arts Fair, which will be held on January 27 from noon to 5pm.