Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Currently at the Gewerbemuseum in Winthertur, Switzerland is the exhibition, Oh, Plastiksack, an exhibition dedicated to the plastic bag as an everyday item and as a focus for art and design. This much-discussed plastic product is explored in the context of society and the environment and as a theme of contemporary artistic work in the fields of painting, photography, installation, performance, urban art and design. One of our favorite collectives of the moment, Spain's Luzinterruptus have made a significant contribution to the show...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 04, 2012
One of our favorite street intervention collectives we have seen over the past year is Luzinterruptus, a Madrid-based group that takes high-concept street art to a new level with fully interactive pieces that highlight the problems in the given city they work in. Pharmacy Herbs deals with light pollution in Madrid.
Juxtapoz // Monday, March 12, 2012
Interesting bit of information: Over the last 30 years, over 50% of the public water fountains in Madrid have been dismantled, broken, or not safe to drink. Spanish collective, Luzinterruptus, created this beautiful street art project where they transformed four non-functioning water fountains into light installations to mimic running water.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
The MS Dockville Festival is turning into one of the better art festivals of the year. First, Evol and his Rural City, and now Luzinterruptus and his amazing field installation, Radioactive Control. The piece demonstrates the paranoia that we are suffering from since the escape of radioactive material in Japan, questioning the safety at nuclear power plants.