Don't Look Now But... There Are Ghosts Floating In The Creek
It was nearing the 22nd anniversary of the opening of Dawn, a Spanish cult film written and directed by José Luis Cuerda, when the city of Albacete, Spain held a film festival with a special tribute to Dawn and its director. Among the loyal attendees were guerilla designers from Luzinterruptus, a Madrid-based design house known for its spontaneous public lighting designs. Wanting to pay homage to Dawn and its author/director, Luzinterruptus left a shocker in this town....
Lit bodies floating through Albacete's creek!
Wildlife seems to be right at home with the Floating Ghosts.
As you can imagine, the Floating Ghosts made an impact on festival-goers and citizens of Albacete. Attracting people to the creek as a meeting place, the spooky floaters created sparks of horror, humor, and most of all a sense of camaraderie and attention to a neglected possibility for gathering - a special spot with a natural creek and water falls.