Controversial street artist Kidult has placed ten of his limited sculptures across the world in fulfilment of his EXSTINCTOR Project. The EXSTINCTOR Project is inspired by the desire to allow access to art anywhere despite corruption, restriction and other boundaries set by certain nations.
Kidult has been known for his controversial past: tagging the Marc Jacobs SoHo location in 2012, knocking 'Supreme' NYC with his free 'Suepreme' box logo t-shirt, and generally voicing his dislike to major corporations and institutions that essentially bind and restrict human action and autonomous behavior.
There is very limited information on this particular project (see video,) but we may assume it follows the same theme. The golden ribcage fire-extinguisher is left up to your own interpretation. Images have been released online as the first was found in New York. There are nine other pieces somewhere in the world.