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Italian street artist Biancoshock has just finished installing a couple of secret, miniature rooms, hidden under manhole covers, inside an abandoned sewer somewhere in the streets of Milan. This satiric “intervention” —a word that the artist uses for all his artworks— was inspired by the hundreds of people who are forced to live in extreme conditions, such as inside sewers, as in Bucharest where some 600 people live underground. Biancoshock calls this tiny project “Borderlife”.

If some problems can not be avoided, make them comfortable. -Biancoshock

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