While walking down Shandon Street, in Cork, a certain wooden wall which is used by locals for displaying political posters and flyers caught my attention. These bills are systematically removed, leaving some visible traces behind: small pieces of paper and staples. This bit of public space interests me because it represents a territory of conflict, of interaction.
I used images of the wall to design a series of posters which I then applied onto the wall itself.
A few days later my posters were eventually removed, as well as all the previous ones. This process could continue in a loop, as long as that wall will be standing there, in Shandon Street, in Cork.