Nocturnal Peperonata by Luzinterruptus
by sabine7 / November 5, 2013


Spanish light installation artists Luzinterruptus took their show on the road this fall and set up in Calabria during a town festival. The collective chose a local specialty as its motif: 2000 red and yellow peppers. Lights were added and the peppers were made into garlands over a period of five days. On the last night of the installation, a meal of peperonata pasta cooked by local residents was enjoyed by all under the colourful canopy of lights.


Artist: Luzinterruptus
+ luzinterruptus.com



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