Fantastic installation in London, via streetartnews.
For the Totally Thames festival which took place in London a few weeks ago, Luzinterruptus wanted to highlight the vital need of water and how abhorrent it is to privatize it and trade it for the profit of just a few corporations.
To achieve their goal, the Spanish artists created large drops of light and in order to do this, they filled condoms with water. Luzinterruptus used 3,000 condoms, including extra large and extra strength condoms, which wether filled with blue water to turn them into large drops having the shape and the touch of silicone breasts.
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