During 3 weekends, artists took over disused shops at Place St Denis and invited passers-by to join their artistic interventions. The invited artists work with inter-subjective setups to interact with their audience, they investigate the public space in order to develop new forms of collaboration between art and daily life.
A visually arresting logo was needed and a cost-effective signalisation that reflected the DIY ethics of the project. Both the logo and signalisation were reproduced using Gaffer tape which could be easily fixed, removed and re-created. The process of applying the tape to the pavement and shop windows became an artistic intervention itself.