Brooklyn based Street Artist Judith Supine remained perfectly chilled in A/C comfort during our hot-as-hell summer sojourn in New York City and never hit the streets as far as we can tell. But the leaves in the park have turned red and yellow and orange and Judith must have been inspired by the colors flying through the gritty air, swirling in with plastic bags and flyers for winter tires. Of course, even those natural shades are too bland and dull for Supine.
The acid hued street surrealist is back and we have solid evidence here. These collages all fluttered in and smacked up like radioactive leaves against the wall this week. Somehow the reappearance of their disjointed magic realism is as reassuring as the change of the seasons in dirty old Brooklyn.