The idea was to graphically visualize the amount of plastic people generates in their daily lives, which often is not recycled accordingly. In order to achieve this, Luzinterruptus designed a structure with an intricate path and narrow passages which force visitors to keep turning, thus producing a feeling of disorientation and a certain unease after a few seconds as it was impossible to guess how far the exit was. There were no reference points in its interior and the heat and the smell of plastic enhanced a definitely oppressive experience.
PlasticWaste Labyrinth, Madrid
Program: temporary installation
Area: 300 sqm