Performance artists put toy fish in a polluted river in Zibo, Shandong province, to make it look like ‘hotpot fish’ in order to promote public awareness about environmental issues. Photo: Handout
Performance artists put toy fish in a polluted river in Zibo, Shandong province, to make it look like ‘hotpot fish’ in order to promote public awareness about environmental issues. Photo: Handout

Artist Brother Nut uses toy fish in Chinese river to create ‘hotpot’ artwork to raise awareness about environmental pollution

  • Locals have nicknamed the watercourse the ‘Little Yellow River’ due to the colour caused by pollution
  • The artist hopes the stunt will attract attention to water pollution in China

Performance artists put toy fish in a polluted river in Zibo, Shandong province, to make it look like ‘hotpot fish’ in order to promote public awareness about environmental issues. Photo: Handout
Performance artists put toy fish in a polluted river in Zibo, Shandong province, to make it look like ‘hotpot fish’ in order to promote public awareness about environmental issues. Photo: Handout
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