On ten days in May, ten artworks appeared unannounced in Granary Square. The audience was anyone present who encountered the works as part of everyday life – those passing through on their commute, eating lunch, playing in the fountains, making deliveries, cleaning the square, on their way home from dancing all night. After each day passed, nothing of the act remained in the square.
On 1 June, the acts were announced did you see them all? Find out on the Unnanounced Acts of Publicness site.