Real World Services have been providing asset protection for a very special interactive art installation by internationally renowned British artists Michael Pinsky on Portland.
The Pollution Pods are five interconnected domes, where visitors were invited to pass through each climatically controlled pods and compare five contrasting global environments. Within each dome, visitors experienced the air quality, ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide levels of five cities. Starting with the truly clean air of Tautra in Norway, the journey continues through the smog and pollution of London, New Delhi, Beijing and Sao Paolo.
Paul Roberts Head of Security Operations at Real World Services told us more “We were very excited to be working alongside b-side on this innovative and sobering project. We all live and work in a fragile environment and these domes bring home the issues we all face in today’s world.”
Real World Services are a local specialist security provider who are nationally known as specialist security providers. They have worked with b-side for the last ten years on each of their events.
The pollution pods were open to the public and free to enter from 10 am to 7 pm, Saturday 29th June to Monday 1st July at the Stadium Bowl, The Grove, Portland.