Nobody sees the trouble you see

Approx. 40 x 400 x 1 cm

LED light rope, stainless steal, wire, cable zip ties and duct tape

For a period of time, the neighbors in a residential area in Queens (NYC) are witnessing a big, homemade sign in their backyard. The sign is made of light ropes attached to a laundry line. It delivers the message: Nobody sees the trouble you see. During daylight hours the text will be slightly hidden, but as the sun goes down the more obvious the text will be and stand out from its surroundings. 

Is it an attempt of making a particulate personal outcry? Is it a call for revolution? Or is it just a simple slogan for yet another commercial that will get lost in the endless amount of announcements in a big city?