Watch Your Step

The popular Spanish street art collective known as Luzinterruptus has created a humorous and dramatic installation that sheds light on a common urban problem. Portable hospital urinals were filled with yellow tinted water and led lights and then attached to poles, trees and walls in Madrid’s Plaza de San Ildefonso. According to Luzinterruptus, “during the day and at night people urinate anywhere in the street without embarrassment … Through our installation we have tried to attract attention—in a comical way—about problems we encounter when walking centric streets and squares.”

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