For some people, prison is a holiday strict regime, but for the others is a hell of a place for punishment. In this place, in the city jail in Dusseldorf, the artist Markus Linnenbrink embodied the shocking and incredibly strange art project designed for “inmates” and their visitors.
In this prison, artist Markus has experienced the full power of talent and creativity that he called Justiz Vollzugs Anstalt. This also represents a new type of correctional facility and a modern sample how it should look like. His vision is to strive to create the most humane conditions for people in custody and the most appropriate for prisoners. Without further ado, Marcus Linnenbrink painted walls with bright colored stripes that go to the internal underground corridors that connect each point of one of the buildings in the prison.
It just seems that the artist went to work in a slipshod manner. In fact, the lines are located so that the corridor seemed to look brighter and wider. And it seems like a three-dimensional image, so its extreme for those who happened to walk through this corridor. It is expected that such an interior would be a positive impact on inmates, and prison staff are not so gloomy and depressing at work in this building.