The MARLISCO Exhibition

The MARLISCO Exhibition is an interactive installation with information about marine litter: its sources and amounts, the problems that it creates, but also possible solutions. The exhibition is available in 15 languages and is travelling around European cities for the duration of the project. ISOTECH Ltd created this installation in Cyprus and it is now available in two languages, English and Greek.

The MARLISCO Exhibition in Cyprus was inaugurated during the MARLISCO Video Contest Award Ceremony, which took place at the University of Nicosia, on 26th March 2014. The exhibition then traveled around Cyprus, and below are some photographs from its various stops.

At the MARLISCO Video Contest Award Ceremony and the inauguration of the exhibition


At the ADAPTtoCLIMATE International Conference

The interactive installation was hosted by the ADAPTtoCLIMATE International Conference, which took place between the 27th and 28th March 2014, at the “Filoxenia” Conference Centre in Nicosia:

At Thalassa Municipal Museum of Ayia Napa

“Thalassa”, the Municipal Museum of Ayia Napa, hosted the exhibition between the 15th of May and the 18th of June 2014, to coincide with the International Museum Day (18 May) and the Pancyprian Ecological Forum (29 May). During the one month stay of the exhibition at Thalassa, over 5000 people, including many students and tourists, visited it:

In the streets of Old Pafos

On Saturday 21st June 2014, at an event that was organised by the association “Friends of Old Pafos”, the central Makarios Street, was closed off in order to host the exhibition, and allow passers by, shop keepers, tourists and locals to become informed about the issue of marine litter:

By the beach at Yeroskipou Plaz

On Sunday 22nd June 2014, the Exhibition was present at Yeroskipou Plaz where the high-level event for the sinking of the boat Laboe, for the creation of an artificial reef, took place:

At the Sustainable School Event

The MARLISCO installation was exhibited at the ‘Sustainable School Seminar’ that was organised by the Ministry of Education, the Pedagogical Institute and AKTI Project and Research Centre, on 26 February 2015:

At Limassol Marina

On the 4th of June 2016, the MARLISCO installation was exhibited, in collaboration with the Green Cluster ( initiative of AKTI Project and Research Centre (, at the Limassol Marina during an Environmental Awareness Day, organised to celebrate World Environment Day.