For its latest installation, Madrid-based collective Luzinterruptus ventured to Melbourne to create a ‘river of books.’
For its most recent ‘intervention,’ Madrid-based design collective Luzinterruptus traveled to Switzerland to take over a museum’s entrance with a thought-provoking – and recycling-savvy – …
In Madrid’s La Latina district, a luminous blue installation by Spanish collective Luzinterruptus commemorates the public swimming pool that once occupied the same space on the Plaza de la Cebada.
Bicyclers in Madrid might agree that the Spanish capital isn’t synonymous with being cycle-friendly.
Spanish collective Luzinterruptus’ latest intervention in Madrid is a response to the increasing concern of lighting pollution.
The team at Spanish ‘anonymous collective’ Luzinterruptus certainly know a thing or two about using light installations to enliven moribund public urban spaces.
During the Dockville Festival in Hamburg, Luzinterruptus produced a sense of paranoia with its latest – and last – intervention.
An installation that lasted just 12 hours used 1000 garbage bags to teach a whole city a new lesson.
Last month Luzinterruptus took part in the Rizoma Film Festival in Molinicos, a small village in the province of Albacete. The area is remembered as the setting for the 22-year-old mythical Spanish …
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