Intrusive Sculptures

Intrusive Sculptures are 2 installations by Paul Souviron, based on the idea of miniature sailing boats in glass bottles. Paul installed these sculptures in vacant shops by sliding them under the door. Once they were in, he unfolded or inflated the sculptures, without vandalizing the property. So he turned the vacant shops into exhibition spaces. Via

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