Tele2 invites subscribers to the exhibition on environmental issues

The exhibition "There is no place" by Chinese photographer Wu Guoyong talks about the cemeteries of rental bicycles, which until recently were widespread in China. Cycling began to develop in the country in 2015, and two years later, 27 million bicycles flooded the city. In 2017, authorities began to evacuate extra bikes from the streets to the outskirts. Over time, huge dumps formed there.

Wu Guoyun traveled over 50 rental bike cemeteries and recorded what he saw with the help of photo and aerial photography, video and virtual reality technology.

The project "There is no place" showed that even the best idea related to the protection of the environment or the promotion of a healthy lifestyle can lead to disastrous consequences.

Tele2 invites subscribers to the exhibition on environmental issues

Photo: Wu Guoyun

Tele2 invites subscribers to the exhibition on environmental issues

Photo: Wu Goyun

Tele2 invites subscribers to the exhibition on environmental issues

Photo: Wu Goyun

Mobile operator Tele2 gives each client one ticket to the exhibition, which will be held from November 28 to December 31 at the "Multimedia Art Museum".

Igor Zhizhikin

Director of the Moscow macro-region Tele2

- Tele2 aims for their subscribers to be a guide to the world of innovation, not forgetting the art. The new exposition at MAMM will help to take a fresh look at environmental problems through the prism of technology.

You can get a ticket on the operator’s website or in the “My Tele2” application.

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