After its premiere opening in Tautra, Norway, Pollution Pods has been experienced by over 10,000 visitors in London, Geneva, Bremerhaven, Vancouver, Manchester and Dorset, ahead of dates in Melbourne this August.
Following a huge amount of interest in the artwork, Cape Farewell plans to tour Pollution Pods to more global destinations in 2019 and beyond. Sign up to our newsletter, follow us on social media or check back for new tour date announcements.
Upcoming Tour Dates
22–31 August 2019
Earth Day – April 2018
STARMUS Festival – 2017
First shown in Trondheim at the STARMUS festival which combined presentations from leading artists, astronauts and scientists including Steven Hawkins and Charlie Duke.
Pollution Pods has been generously supported by the following organisations: Airlabs, Arts Council England, Build With Hubs, Cape Farewell, International Flavors & Fragrances Ltd, King’s College London, Norwegian Research Council, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), The Norwegian Institute of Air Research (NILU), University of East London, Manchester kindly supported by Transport for Greater Manchester.
Cape Farewell manage the touring of Pollution Pods and handle all enquiries, bookings and tour logistics. Please contact Stephanie Clements, Lead Project Manager, for a full technical specification and further information.