Luzinterruptus, an anonymous artistic group known for their controversial art installations, has done it again in one of Taiwan’s cities. Their recent project involves 2,500 illuminated condoms filled with glowing water suspended in the air to mimic drops of rain. The installation can be found on a Kaohsiung street and is fully interactive. Visitors can walk through the grid of blue-colored droplets that produce the feeling of being frozen in time under the rain.
The inspiration behind the interactive canopy is drawn from Taiwan’s increasing droughts. “Rain Interactive” successfully does this through the uncanny participation of the condom and Asian’s taboo perspective of it. The project is located in Kaohsiung and was finished in 14 days with the help of more than 20 volunteers.