After bringing Renaissance to Burning Man in the Nevada desert, the art collective came home to Spain to reconstruct the installation at the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, a former convent, for another festival, Las Fallas de Valencia.
Aided by scaffolding, volunteers and Pink Intruder members connected cardboard tubes to cardboard posts with MDF joints to build a cube.
LED strips were taped to the tubes.
Once CNC-cut MDF panels were screwed on, cardboard masks were the last element added.
The cube stood 19 feet tall.
LEDs illuminated it at night.
Sheets of gold-leafed paper, varnished to protect it from the elements, wrapped the latticework.
Pink Intruder founder Miguel Arraiz surveyed Renaissance, which featured ceramic mosaic tile on the floor.