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Never Crew “Propagating Machine” in Mannheim

Posted on July 17, 2017

A new mural this month from Switzerland based duo Nevercrew in Mannheim. Germany for Stadt.Wand, Kunst, 2017. The duo gridded out the massive reflective mass that looks like an uncut jewel, or a plastic bag full of refuse, or a chunk of melting ice.

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Alexander Krziwanie)

Beneath it is a line of colored penguins stencil on top of an engine of progress no doubt. The guys are calling it “Propagating Machine” and, as many of the works they do appear to address, they say this one is about the man/nature balance and our perception of them.

A bit opaque sometimes, these artists statements can be difficult to decode as the work itself, but because of the technical ability, the large scale, and the ongoing dedication of the artists – you’re willing to trust they know what they speak of.

“It is about immediate effects and long term consequences that may seem not tangible, so it is about the importance of single acts or global attitudes towards the environment in which everyone live.”

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Never Crew)

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Never Crew)

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Never Crew)

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Never Crew)

Never Crew “Propagating machine” for  Stadt.Wand.Kunsts, 2017. Manheimm, Germany. (photo © Never Crew)


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(Christian Rebecchi & Pablo Togni)

 

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