Glow-in-the-dark street art by Barcelona-based Reskate Studio. Part of the Harreman series, a Basque word that means relationship, the project invites viewers to consider multiple visual interpretations of the interventions by using photoluminescent paint that changes into a different image at night.
This project draws on reminiscence and the etymology of language, with an occasional nod to irony and showcases the use of photoluminescent paint, allowing multiple readings of the same work. Through the use of lights, the observer becomes an active participant; interacting with the work and creating its response to those actions. By these interventions in the public space the intention is to try to light up dark corners of cities, both installing new lights and encouraging citizens to interact with the wall, painting with light on it.+