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Radioactive Control by LuzinterruptusFrom Luzinterruptus: "This is our last intervention “Radioactive Control”. It was created for the Dockville Festival in Hamburg which tried to demonstrate, in a humorous tone, the paranoia that we are suffering from since the escape of radioactive material in Japan, has brought into question the safety systems at the nuclear power plants. With our mysterious army of 100 illuminated radioactive figures, which advanced threateningly on the natural…

In a departure from the more mysterious lighting interventions that take place throughout the streets of Madrid, Luzinterrruptus created an army of 100 illuminated radioactive figures garden in hazmat suits. The scarecrows (for that is what they really were) were employed to "invite reflection regarding the use and abuse of nuclear energy, cheap in economic terms, but which can cause grave secondary effects for the environment and health, forever irreversible." The sheer life-sized nature of…

ANTONIO MARRAS ~ "Le Orfanelle" Installation as part of Dysfashional "A field made up of fabric cones… Though their shape may evoke skirts, the light they diffuse makes them appear as inhabited tents. This production by Marras… is marked by his native Sardinia and always strives to respect the balance between contemporary life and the legacy of past traditions, prêt-à-porter and haute-couture, art and fashion. Courtesy Antonio Marras via garage_msk

Maureen Nollette ~ "Light Dresses" (1996) part of the The Wardrobe Series, wax paper, thread, wire, glue, spray paint, trim, buttons, ribbon, fabric, mono-filament, lights via nollettestudio.com