Julius von Bismarck und Julian Charriere haben bei der Biennale Tauben eingefärbt. Das Ganze heißt: „Some Pigeons Are More Equal Than Others“

To coincide with this year’s Venice Biennale, Berlin-based artists Julius von Bismarck and Julian Charriere decided to dye 35 of the local pigeons to give them a new life as beautiful tropical birds. To do this, a special (animal friendly) „Pigeon Apparatus“ was assembled which featured a conveyor belt mechanism to take the bird inside where they were automatically sprayed with non-harmful dyes. Once dyed a randomly selected assortment of bright colours, the bird was released once again to mingle with the other (now rather dull looking) pigeons in the wild.


via Nerdcore