On Day #9 of his month-long series on the streets of New York City, graffiti artist Banksy has gone dark with a depiction of a shootout between armed men and hi-tech horses wearing night-vision goggles.

The mural, located on the Lower East Side, appears to be painted on a car and the side of a truck.

UPDATE: A tipster tells us this piece is on Ludlow between Rivington and Stanton Streets.

This latest work is accompanied by an "audio guide" narrating the shootout with "Crazy Horse" on a police radar. You can listen to it on Banksy's website.

The work is behind a heavily chained fence. A toll-free number where passers-by can access the audio guide is located on the garbage can next to the car.

A tipster sent in some additional photos of the work and the crowd that has gathered:

Banksy gave a rare interview to The Village Voice today, explaining why he picked New York City for his latest installation.

You can find the rest of the works in his month-long series, titled "Better Out Than In," here.

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