Spanish Art Collective Luzinterruptus Creates a Labyrinth Installation out of Plastic Waste

Last May Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus travelled to Poland, to create a new installation for the Katowice Street Art Festival. Using more than 6.000 discarded water bottles from local manufacturing and bottling plants they built an outdoor installation that takes the form of a navigable, plastic waste labyrinth. The structure is comprised of plastic bags full of water bottles which are illuminated with autonomous LEDs and suspended by their handles from a metallic structure constructed of modular and reusable elements. Via their website, "We were looking to demonstrate, in a poetic manner, the amount of plastic waste that is consumed daily, in addition to focusing attention on the big business of bottling water."

 Find out more about the project here.

via [mocoloco]