Luzinterruptus Creates a Stunning Light Installation Featuring Hundreds of Giant Raindrops

This past May Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus took over Campo de la Cebada in Madrid, a site earmarked for the construction of a public facility, and created an interactive installation using 800 condoms filled with blue-dyed water and tiny lights. The project titled "Prophylactic Rain that Doesn’t Wet Anything" aimed to take control of the public space creating a meeting place for curious tourists and locals who were invited to interact with the squeezable, and sinuous raindrops. The exhibit ended predictably when local children decided to use the raindrops as little piƱatas and started bursting the condoms with sharp objects to get the shiny surprises hidden inside.

Find out more about the project here.

via [IanBrooks]

Photos by Gustavo Sanabria