Gallery: Massive Aluminum Mountains in Japan Illustrate how Climate Cha...

Photo © Office of Kimihiko Okada
The office of Kimihiko Okada makes the science behind climate change easier to understand with these massive recyclable aluminum mountains in Japan. Fake beaches and snow resorts are commonplace in Tokyo, so encountering these artificial metallic mountains is not as strange as you would think, except this educational exhibit is easily recycled. The brilliant 'Aluminum Landscape' currently on display at The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo illustrates how the position of the sun, wind changes, and rain flow work together to change how our climate operates.

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