Swiss artists Frank and Patrik Riklin created an installation in the form of a hotel room without walls and doors – tourists are invited to spend the night in it for 275 pounds. The Daily Mail writes about it.
The Zero Star art installation is located next to a gas station in the municipality of Sayon. The impromptu room is a wooden platform on which there is a double bed, bedside tables and a safe. At the same time, there is no ceiling, doors and walls in the “room”.
According to the artists, in this way they wanted to draw public attention to global world problems: wars, climate change and social inequality. Room without walls can be booked between 01 July and 18 September. It is noted that the Rilkin brothers made similar installations in other places in the European country: in the middle of a field, on a hilltop and in the mountains.