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Octavi Serra uses the structures and symbolism of public spaces to question the systems we live with and find humor in their details. The Barcelona-based artist often engages with signage to subvert its original meaning, like forming a massive arrow pointing left with safety stickers that all individually indicate to exit to the right, or adding opposite directives to a signpost for routes to “hope” and “doom”. Serra also questions strictures of space, like adding “the road is lava” to a…
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New Miniature Warning Signs and Other Humorous and Unexpected Interventions by Michael Pederson — Colossal
Michael Pederson, a.k.a. Miguel Marquez Outside (previously), installs miniature signs, work sites, and queues in unassuming locations, transforming ordinary plants and objects into moments of intrigue for unsuspecting passersby. In one recent work he tracks the lifespan of a solitary weed poking through a sidewalk crack. A tiny wooden ladder leans against a sign that marks the number of days the plant has been growing. In another work he installed two small stanchions in front of a hole in…
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Italian experimental artist Fra Biancoshock's latest installation entitled 'urban intervention' caused passers by in Prague to do a double take when he made a mannequin look like a building had fallen on someone.
Across the urban cityscape of Sydney, in parks, suburban streets, and industrial zones, you’re likely to encounter a plethora of signs and placards while going about your day: warnings, traffic regulations, helpful guides, and city services. But, look closer, and you might find an intervention by artist Michael Pederson who delights in creating humorous and thoughtful signs that blend into the city backdrop. Pederson makes use of pre-existing elements like park benches or abandoned furniture…
Since you've already got the chalk out, you might as well draw a hopscotch path leading out from the front door to the car.
Or, at least to the end of the driveway or sidewalk, if they're taking the bus.
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An invitation to hack your city... (Rotterdam - 2004 - by Harmen De Hoop) "He works without a client, installing his 'landscape adjuncts' illegally and anonymously..." (Robert-Jan Muller, Jason...
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