Some gorgeous new installations have just popped up on our radar that involve jars and lights. Anonymous art collective Luzinterruptus, who’s known for their interesting light installations in public spaces, collected glass containers for four months and then displayed them around Madrid’s public fountains. Why? It’s a statement to show that over 50% of public fountains are now dismantled, broken or just dry. As an expensive and inconvenient alternative, water must be bought in bottles. To criticize the administration for this much needed public service, they wanted to show, in a symbolic way, drinking water running through the streets.