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Artists Create Guerilla Sculptures in Paris DIY Stores

Wander around a Paris area home improvement or gardening big-box store and you might happen upon the work of the French artists collective called Encastrable. The group randomly visit DIY stores and create temporary sculptures and installations from products and materials for sale in the store. They work covertly and don’t ask permission from the store staff. Their website documents all their recent ‘Résidences’.
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