Imagine the delight and wonder of the residents and passers by of a vacant building in Liverpool, England when its industrial, metal shutter opens at 10pm to uncover a softly glowing aquarium full of jellyfish, their ghostly forms setting the night alight as they expand and contract.
This is a nightly occurrence in this abandoned structure in the historic Toxteth area of Liverpool. Everyone benefits who catches sight of the luminous blue tank amid the darkened street of this mostly residential district, but they are not the only ones enjoying its presence.
The jellyfish tank is actually an art exhibit presented by Gazelli Art House every evening at 53 High Park Street from now until July 27th. Artists Walter Hugo & Zoniel created the concept, which purposely has not been advertised so that neighborhood residents will experience the installation without preconceived notions. The Gazelli Art House is also streaming live video of the installation, entitled “The Physical Possibility of Inspiring Imagination in the Mind of Somebody Living," in their gallery space in London. Via Colossal.
Images Credit: Gazelli Art House