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Packaged river

I have not brough any of the project of one of my firm favourites, the eco-friendly, socially aware collective from Spain, Luzinterruptus for a while, so here is one their projects again. This time it is an installation which was … Continue reading

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Literature vs. Traffic

A large scale, street version of “bookcrossing” – this isone of my first thought on this enormous project, another one from my favourite Luzinterruptus collective. This time, they were not creating in their homeland, Spain, but they were invited to … Continue reading

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Malas hierbas

Here’s another one from my strong favourites – the Spanish art group luzinterruptus, which in their installations (most often very temporary) puts a strong emphasis on environmental protection and pollution, issues related to recycling, waste etc. This particular intervention entitled … Continue reading

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blue pool

This is again one of my favourite group of engaged artists – Luzinterruptus from Spain. Not to miss on anything, I repost the whole description of the project that the group posted on their website: “The La Latina neighborhood in … Continue reading

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“Bicycles seeking owners”

Luziterruptus is a Spain-based “anonymous artists” group who carries out urban interventions in public spaces. In their own words, their work ┬áis described this way: “We use light as a raw material and the dark as our canvas.” Their idea … Continue reading

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