Plastic bottles fill the Cibeles fountain as a way of calling attention to the environmental impact of disposable plastics. Luzinterruptus is an anonymous art collective in Madrid that’s been making installation art with plastic waste all over the world. They started producing political and illegal art works and now, ironically, this installation is legit and paid for by City Hall in Madrid. They took the plastic trash from a town and placed it in the most beautiful areas of the city, the fountains of Neptune and Cibeles in Centro so everyone would contemplate on what they are doing with one-use-plastic.
- RANDY OLSON
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- Plastics National Geographic magazine MM8515