On a quiet English street, a mesmerizing blue light glows from an abandoned warehouse, intriguing passer-by.

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

The “emanating light” in the “shutter of a derelict building” comes from a giant jellyfish tank, installed by artist duo Walter Hugo and Zoniel.

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

Every evening, until July 27, the Liverpool warehouse’s shutter will “anonymously open,” revealing tanks of jellyfish filling the space within, a press release issued by the Gazelli Art House said.

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(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

The piece is called “Window Project” and it has a specific aim.

“The psychedelic display is intended to have a discordant presence within the building and to intrigue those in the surrounding area,” the release added. “Walter Hugo & Zoniel are interested in the idea that art within the public realm has the potential to inspire; and they have decided to allow natural word of mouth within the community to generate interest in, and ownership of, the project.”

“Rather than a marketing campaign, they have silently opened the installation for the residents of the area,” it continued.

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

The unique display of art is supported by the Gazelli Art House, an organization dedicated to “providing a new setting for understanding and deeper appreciation of art.”

In fact, part of the display involves live-streaming video from within the jellyfish tank to their art gallery.

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

(Copyright Walter Hugo & Zoniel, courtesy of Gazelli Art House.)

“Using the frontage of the gallery as a screen, viewers will be able see through the tank into the streets of Toxteth – creating a virtual corridor between the two cities,” the release said.

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