Bosso Fataka

Bosso Fataka – Street Art Installations in Berlin

Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka

 

The Street Art group Bosso Fataka from Berlin is staffed by 4 artists. Since about one year their Street Art installations made of all kind of bulk garbage are appearing in the districts Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Mitte. Every conceivable trash, like mattresses, ladders or shopping trolleys, that is fixed with plastic wrap (cling film) against street signs, lanterns or telephone boxes, is turned into big sculptures. The street art sculptures are meant to have a deeper meaning but anyhow they are surprising and fun, and definitely something different compared to the stencil and paste up dominated street art scene in Berlin.

The idea for for working with plastic wrap was born during a college project. Bosso Fataka created a 20 meter long wall made from plastic wrap at the Warschauer Straße and sprayed the world famous sentence of Walter Ulbricht: „No one has any intention of building a wall!“ on it.

Bus Stop Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka

 

Elephant Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka

Mattres Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka at Silence is a lie exhibition

 

Arms Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka

 

Monitor Instalation by Berlin based Street Art Team Bosso Fataka

 

 

 

 

Bosso Fataka turns trash into street art sculptures from Thomas Peter on Vimeo.

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