April 20 Belgian artist Alain Wiesellund has invented a “portable oasis” to protect himself from viruses, air pollution and urban hustle and bustle as many countries around the world try to prevent and control the outbreak of Coronavirus with “travel bubbles”.
The report said Visseren, 61, was inspired by the Tunisian oasis region where he had worked. Its invention of the “portable oasis” is a small greenhouse, which contains soil and grows a variety of aromatic plants.
He currently lives in Brussels, where people are required to wear masks to prevent and control the outbreak, while Wiesellund chooses to wear “Oasis Bubbles” to walk the streets.
Wissoron said he had asthma, but after wearing an Oasis bubble, he found himself breathing much smoother, “a strange device that keeps me away from this boring, noisy and unpleasant world.” “Recently, more and more people have come to talk to me, and this isolation seems to be a new way of communicating,” Wiesellund said.