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Thousands of water-filled condoms create an immersive rainstorm in Taiwan

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Aug 23, 2016 01:05 AM
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by Lucy Wang last modified Aug 22, 2016

Famous for arts activism, Luzinterruptus often uses recycled or unconventional materials in large-scale installations to protest environmental and social issues, from pollution to poor health care. Their latest piece in Kaohsiung, Taiwan is the third installment of its Rain Interactive series, which previously popped up in Madrid and London. As with former iterations, this year’s sculpture was created with extra-large and extra-strength condoms filled with blue-dyed water and small autonomous light...






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