These chairs were rescued from the nature strips around Melbourne and given a second life. Stencilled with the words ‘Please take your seat’ and installed at the Edge for Arup’s Penguin Pool event, their value was reassigned. They became a breakaway event at the back of the auditorium, and at the end of the evening they all found new homes. Some chairs prompted a further disruptions when they were hauled onto public transport by their new owners.
They are at it again.
‘They won’t give me the dole if I don’t have any ID and I can’t get my ID without any money. It cost $37.50 for my own birth certificate.” He said with a snort.
1 km from the heart of the city – Behind the Albury Swimming Pool
Two kilometers from the centre of the city.
Corner of Swanston and Collins Streets, Melboune.
….. allowed in an environment of zero tolerance towards street artists.
‘Please pop your money in the box and write what you have bought in the book’.
Is there a price war going on?