Lifting the lid on censorship

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It’s been way to long since we’ve had a look at the always clever shenanigans of my favorite street art collective Luzinterruptus. The anonymous group of Spanish guerilla environmental/political art activists recently turned their attention to the Spanish Government’s new Protection of Public Safety Bill which aims to gag political dissent online and in the streets.

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Luzinterruptus’ installation of glowing toilets in Madrid’s Plaza de la Constitucion humorously conveys their message that “the Government don’t give a shit about the Spanish Constitution”. You can see more and read about the protest on the group’s website.

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One Response to Lifting the lid on censorship

  1. Hana says:

    Very cool. Exactly what I was thinking while reading the article – they are going backwards. We don’t really protest anymore at all… The link to their website is wrong, had to copy and paste their name.

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