Music weapons

Written by Valentina on . Posted in art

Mexico City based artist Pedro Reyes acquired some 6,700 weapons that were scheduled to be buried and instead collaborated with six musicians to create 50 working instruments as part of a statement regarding increased gun violence in Mexico.

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