Choi Jeong Hwa's colorful pyramid structures "Air, Air" featured at the Perth International Arts Festival.

The Perth International Arts Festival 2012 featured an installation called “Air, Air” from artist Choi Jeong Hwa that used bright neon shopping baskets as modular construction components to create colorful pyramid-like structures in a public setting.

Choi Jeong Hwa is renowned for his inventive use of mass-produced plastics and synthetics in large-scale installations. “Air, Air” in the Stirling Gardens used over 15,000 molded plastic shopping baskets to create two pyramids, one pink and the other green. Click through to see pictures of the installation:

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