Art For World Water Day, On The Citarum River, Indonesia

Photo | 22 March, 2012

Artist Tisna Sanjaya paints with river sludge. On the eve of World Water Day, Greenpeace activists together with a group of artists from the Seni Rupa Institute For Technology, produce an artwork using river sludge in Bale Endah, Bandung. The art symbolizes the Indonesian approach in addressing the Citarum River pollution problem. Greenpeace is urging the Indonesian government to take action and immediately recover Indonesia's future fresh water sources.