Audio Graffiti is an ongoing research project based around the concept of ‘audio/sonic graffiti’. The idea relates to inexpensive temporary audio emitting devices and silent graphic based art placed without prior permission in public spaces. Much of the work relates directly to the ‘sites’ in question. The project began as research into the possibilities of individuals and collectives, interacting with their urban environment through simple temporary installations, using ‘graffiti’ boxes, placing devices in discarded objects that act as amplifiers, such as boxes and cans and by more traditional methods of visual design, such as stencil based work.