luzinterruptus

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2016
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Toronto, Canada
Luzinterruptus went to Canada last October invited by Nuit Blanche Toronto 2016 to carry out one of our most popular installations Literature vs. Traffic
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2016
2014
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Kattowitz, Poland
working in their distinctive plastic medium, anonymous art group luzinterruptus has built the ‘labyrinth of plastic waste’ for poland’s katowice street art festival. 6000 discarded water bottles have been transformed into a 7 by 5 meter maze with weaving corridors and narrow pathways, which visitors can immerse themselves within and experience on a large-scale. the containers have been collected into transparent garbage bags and hung by their handles throughout the metallic framework, made from modular and reusable elements. LED lights packed within illuminate the structure by night, casting a neon-blue hue throughout the plaza site.

2014
2008
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Madrid, Spanien
2008 Das Künstlerkollektiv luzinterruptus gründete sich Ende 2008 in Madrid begeistert von der einfachen Idee, mit Hilfe des Lichts die Aufmerksamkeit der Menschen und der politisch Verantwortlichen auf Probleme zu lenken, die sie in der Stadt entdeckt hatten. Bis heute sind sie anonym geblieben, allein ihre Fotografen bekannt bekannt: Lola Martínez, Melisa Hernández, Pablo Martínez Muñiz u.a. Ihre Aktionen und Interventionen sind mit Hilfe zahlreicher Unterstützer gut vorbereitet, nur kurzzeitig zu erleben und dann abgeräumt. Sie werden ausführlich auf der Internetseite von luzinterruptus http://www.luzinterruptus.com/ dokumentiert.

2008

Luzinterruptus is an anonymous artistic group, who carries out urban interventions in public spaces. We use light as a raw material and the dark as our canvas. The members of the team come from different disciplines: art and photography and have wanted to apply our creativity in a common action, to leave lights throughout the city so that other people put them out. We began to act on the streets of Madrid at the end of 2008 with had the simple idea of focusing people´s attention by using light on problems that we found in the city and that seem to go unnoticed to the authorities and citizens. But everything that we do does not have a subversive aim. Sometimes we simply want to embellish, or to highlight anonymous places or corners that seem special or objects to which we think extraordinary artistic value, although they have been left on the streets for unknown seasons, with artistic intention, by anonymous people And we carried out all this with the material that we know firsthand and inspires us most light. Besides providing a great visual impact, light allows us to make interventions in a smaller degree and greater in others. We avoid deteriorating urban furniture and leave room on the scene for other artists to work on or to the users of that common space, which is scarce in great cities. Our interventions are extraordinarily short lived, they take less than one hour to disappear since our small luminous devices, make Madriliam wild cats desire strongly to gel their hands on them, quite to the contrary, we find interesting that somebody could interpret, that what we have left on the street, is a small present which they to find on their way.

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Nieve que quema photo Nieve que quema 2009 luzinterruptus 
Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum photo Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum 2012 luzinterruptus