Always making a statement. I have been following Spain’s Luz Interuptus for a few years now. This groups light installations come from all different innovative media’s and I love how renegade they are, art in it’s purist form of expression. Here with “Rights to Trample On” they definitely take a political stance for women.
In Spain it seems that the social rights acquired during many years of democracy are in danger of extinction. These rights are considered to be basic by the citizens of evolved societies which we desire to be like, are now being diminished and if we are not careful, will eventually disappear through maneuvers of distraction, which do not deceive almost anyone, who does not want to be fooled.
Not happy with taking away the rights of workers, of the citizens, with reducing education and health care to a minimum and taxes at historical highs, now they are trying to make decisions on the fundamental rights of women, reducing the possibilities de abortion to virtually non-existent.
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