LIVE SCIENCE |  Mindy Weisberger:

NEW YORK — An artistic interpretation of climate change comes to Times Square for the 2017 World Science Festival, in the form of “Holoscenes,” an outdoor installation that places a series of human occupants in an enormous aquarium, to explore humanity’s uneasy relationship with rising seas in a warming world… Read more

Image: A human body confronts 3,500 gallons of water in the climate-change art installation “Holoscenes,” presented in New York City’s Times Square by the World Science Festival and Times Square Arts. Credit: M. Weisberger/Live Science