The Spanish guerrilla collective flo6x8 has been making a series of benignly disruptive and moving actions in banks, as protest for what they believe is a corrupt system. They favor flamenco, with its varied roots most famously Andalucian Gypsy culture, as their means of expression, most often with dancing or singing.
Last December, flo6x8 slipped into one of the branches of Banco Santander in Seville. In league with a “radio station friend “, they broadcast wild flamenco throughout the bank. ” Then they started to dance, so joyfully and passionately that some of the bank’s customers joined in. (Check out the woman in the yellow coat trying to get the steps).