Haus des Meeres - Austria's largest aquarium in 2021

We're currently installing the whale exhibition in the Haus des Meeres in Vienna, Austria's largest aquarium (images below) in the new wing in the second half of 2021. Over 600,000 visitors a year will see our work.

Below is the children's whale in the process of the exhibition being built and the text wall that will be built. We'll add additional photos when the exhibition is live! It's going to be epic!

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​Seeking Additional Exhibition Space

We're currently looking for a well-traveled public space to display the children's whale sculpture, along with information about the problem they're trying to solve, their United Nations project, and photos of them building the sculpture. Included would be a screen showing their fund-raising campaign to clean the ocean and the FateChanger app. 

Here is a mock-up of what the display might look like - you just have to imagine their amazing plastic whale instead of this cartoon one. Please contact us if you have any suggestions or are interested in learning more.

The Austrian Academy of Sciences April - May, 2019

This installation of the whale was part of The Art of Sustainability exhibition which was created to run alongside an International Symposium Global Sustainable Development Goals in a Mediatized World. See press coverage in our News section. www.oeaw.ac.at/sustainable-development2019/

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Our Exhibition at the United Nations in Vienna for World Environmental Day and World Oceans Day

Our students speak against plastic ocean pollution during our exhibition on World Environment Day, 2018, at the United Nations in Vienna