This bizarre art exhibit is a commentary on how humans use the bathroom in everyday life.
Through the use of a transparent bubble, it suggests that during a washroom visit we depart from the fast-paced life and get some alone time to reflect on our thoughts. By having a washroom that isn't contained by thick walls it represents the escape our mind can make during this process. This exhibit makes you think about how our washroom visits are sometimes the only time we really stop and think.
The display was put together by Messe Frankfurt and the German Sanitary Industry Association and is part of a bathroom trend show. Hopefully this bizarre art exhibit will inspire people to take more time for themselves that isn't in a human waste disposal room.
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