Video and editing: Émilien Chatelain Performance: Ève K. Tremblay Technological support: Jacques de Broin "Stick to Resist (Autonomous Version)" was created and put into circulation in Paris during the orange alert Vigipirate measures. Equipped with a battery, memory, timer, and a high-capacity (300 kg) electromagnet, it functions as a kind of semi-autonomous robot that can be attached to metal surfaces. An electronic keypad enables its user to activate and deactivate the magnet for a specified duration by programming a six-digit secret code. Without this electronic signature, it is impossible to release the robot from the surface to which it is affixed. The LCD countdown display suggests a time bomb, but when the countdown reaches zero, the robot, which constitutes an electronic mode of resistance, falls harmlessly to the ground.