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Water-Filled Condom Installation Lights Up Public Square [Pics]

Water-Filled Condom Installation Lights Up Public Square [Pics]
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Spanish lighting collective create installation inspired by rain.

Lara Piras
  • 14 june 2013

Located in the Campo de Cebada in Madrid, design group Luzinterruptus have created a guerrilla installation titled Prophylactic Rain That Doesn’t Wet Anything.

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The artwork uses 800 condoms filled with blue-tinted water and individual lights transforming them into eye-catching suspended droplets.

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The project was installed in memory of the space’s former use and to protest against the razing of a public swimming pool that the council intend to replace with a luxury market for tourists.

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Luzinterruptus.

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