Lanzarote is currently hosting the ninth Arte Lanzarote Biennial Encounter, which is intended to reveal the singularities of the island.
This year the Dutch writer, Arnon Grungerg will live for 10 days in a ruined building in Risco de Famara with the aim of reflecting on the human footprint on the planet.
To carry out this artistic project, an old house has been rehabilitated, where a solar panel has been built to provide shade and to provide electricity for the building.
This building also has an unusual bed and a shower that pumps cold water.
Other artists involved in this project are visual artist Marieke Schoonderbeek and artistic researcher Eva Pel.
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