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Cemetery Of Shadows

November 12, 2010

Anonymous art collective Luzinterruptus (a work of Latin origin which means interrupted light) carry out urban installations in public spaces and use light as raw material. For their latest installation Beings Packaged In Light they’ve taken 100 inflatable dolls, wrapped them in large white plastic bags with lights and placed them outside the Victoria & Albert Museum in London, as part of the contemporary art program, Winter Light Commissions.

The original idea was to have them standing so that they seemed to be living beings in distinct postures, but the tremendous night wind, decided for us and ended up giving an unexpected aspect to the installation, which was finally converted into a dramatic cemetery of shadows waiting to be buried“.

You can read an interview on the collective here…urbanartcore.eu
Or visit their blog here…Luzinterruptus

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