knit the bridge and other interactive installations

While looking around for examples of interactive public art work I found a few that I thought were really clever and fun:

Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam’s crochet playground:
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Lucerne Shrines turns public trash bins into game stations to dissuade people from littering:

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Knit the bridge invited pedestrians in Pittsburgh to cover the Andy Warhol Bridge with knitted patterns

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https://weburbanist.com/2013/10/09/the-city-is-a-playground-15-interactive-installations/

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