The installation, set like the previous project in a private space along the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, is a 20-foot-by-30-foot clear box, with high walls made of steel and bulletproof glass. People stand on a high platform at one end of the box and a low platform on the other. Those on the higher platform take empty glass bottles and just chuck ’em into the box ‚Äî aiming, perhaps, at their compatriots across the way, who are safely outside the onslaught zone. The bottles smash fantastically, artfully designed lights flash, and no one is harmed.
This just doesn’t sound as refreshing as a dumpster pool. And in the same vein as the pools, you have to be a cool kid to get an invite, or send a fantastic recycling suggestion to macro-sea.com MAYBE get an invite.