David Cerny is a Czech sculptor notorious for his proactive and controversial public sculptures around the country. This piece titled ‘Proudy’ was installed in 2004 in a quaint square outside Prague’s Franz Kafka Museum and features two bronze men who robotically maneuver their willies around to spell out your text messages with their pee.
When on autopilot, the men repeatedly spell out Czech literary quotes as if spelling their names in snow. But the real excitement begins when you send a text message to +420 724 370 770 (go ahead and try it) and they immediately stop what they are doing to spell out your profound words. For one last layer of social commentary, the men are peeing into a shallow pool that is in the shape of a map the Czech Republic.