Inclusive and comprehensible art can do anything, so the artists who have joined BLOOP, their skills, styles and fields are vast. Transcending disciplines and technologies have been applied to create new languages to communicate and spread messages in this fiesta, which has become a tourist attraction in its own right, and the longest art event of an island that welcomes three million visitors per year.

Be it murals or VR or interactive installations, all artworks are made to encourage visitors to think proactively on specific sites and social issues.

Visitors become participants, a contemporary form of activism shared with artists and residents, everyone can redesign sites in cities and give new significance to spaces