Accrochages is a public art project by Sofian Audry and Samuel St-Aubin. Together they create these really interesting works of art that made from recycled components. I really like the idea of interactive art in public spaces. I just wonder how well these would be received after incidences like the one up in Boston on 1-31-07.

Accrochages is a duo project by Montreal-based artists Sofian Audry and Samuel St-Aubin. It stems from their will to bring their art practice out of the walls of a gallery space, on the walls of the city itself. The intent is to build small active and autonomous objects that can, through simple means, give new qualities to the city environment by creating different interactive situations.

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In the Maker Shed:
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Peggy 2 Kit