Spain-based unsigned art collective Luzinterruptus is a creative bunch of internationally well-known light artists who love playing with light in urban environments, and are doing this for quite some time now. Their inspiring art utilizes light as raw material and the night as canvas. With minimum resource use, they always succeed in transpiring their intent quite convincingly. This time, in Madrid, they have put several illuminating, tiny umbrellas on beaches so that people may observe how unthinkingly we are polluting our shorelines.
For the 4-hour exhibition, the creatives embedded some 200 Chinese cocktail umbrellas with light. The art volunteers took two hours to assemble their light installation, which was an extraordinary treat for awestruck beholders.