It may at first glimpse look like the mats of Lizan Freijsan we presented to you in the past. But here, the artist integrates a strong dimension of eco-responsibility in her work, which happens to be the basis of her project. Vanessa Barragao is a Portuguese artist who chose to fight for sensibilisation of the public to the underwater, which is jeopardized by our way of consuming. She uses recycled wool and rope to product a morbid coloured floor, making her point that such animals as coralians are slowly dying and disappearing, which message is not to be whipped away by the fascinating beauty of the artwork. Textile industry is the most pollutive in the world, and the artist aims to recall that 90% of this toxic pollution is absorbed by oceans.