Lombard Native Creates Artwork Exploring Critical Water-Quality Issue & Solution
Nov 20, 2015 4:53 PM - Little did Lombard native Christine Esposito know when she first learned of the innovative recovery of phosphorus pollution from Chicago-area wastewater and its transformation into non-polluting fertilizer that it would inspire artwork. But it did. Cycle P15 is both an art installation and game inspired by and celebrating this clean-water initiative of the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD). The project was selected to be part of Chicago Artists Month and will be on view at the Water Reclamation District's Hugh H. McMillan Pavilion, 111 E. Erie, Chicago, through November 27th. Admission is free.