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Bosso Fataka – Cling Wrap Sculptures

Bosso Fataka, that is a group of four Berlin-based artists, being well-known in town for using cling wrap as adhesive to turn trash into sculptures in public spaces. Recently, the world’s largest international multimedia news agency Reuters did a nice video feature on them, entitled Berlin artists turn trash into sculpture

Their pieces remain no longer than a couple of weeks, until municipal workers remove them, leaving photographs on their Facebook page as the sole documentation of their activity.

During the last months, they put up some really nice, and slightly disturbing cling wrap sculptures. For more impressions, I recommend to check out their photos on Facebook.

Bosso Fataka   Cling Wrap Sculptures

Via urbanshit.de.

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