I’ve been a big fan of the anonymous Spanish artist collective luzinterruptus since I discovered them a few years ago—no surprise if you’re a regular visitor to TBTP. Last month the group carried-out another guerilla art installation in central Madrid‘s Campo de la Cebada to protest the city’s plan to yuppify the neighborhood.
The project, called Lluvia Interactiva/Rain Interactive, was built around hundreds of water-filled condoms lit by LEDs. The widely popular installation had a brief life-span due to joyful piñata-like wacking by local kids.
photos © Gustavo Sanabria