Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening: Voice of Art – Migration is Beautiful with Favianna Rodriguez, Project Brave with WK Interact,We Will Know When We Are Home with Creepy, and Innerfields: DIY in Berlin.
BSA Special Feature:
Voice of Art – Migration is Beautiful
“Art has the power to shape our laws, change society, and to speak truth to power, “ says Favianna Rodriguez in this new documentary that quickly traces the relationship between immigration law and greed and what is effectively a new system of slavery. In an upbeat way. HOW does she do it?
WK Interact: Project Brave
“A way of giving back to the city,” is how Street Artist WK Interact talks about the inception and development of “Project Brave” – an incredible distillation of the chaos of the events in New York on September 11, 2001.
Kyle Hughes-Odgers: “We Will Know When We Are Home”
A visually rich video showing the Street Artist Creepy as he wanders Port Hedlund Australia through fields and weathered abandoned industrial carcasses in search of surfaces.
Innerfields: DIY in Berlin
Started as a graffiti crew, Innerfields continued to perfect their craft and apply it to commercial work very successfully. But they still love the street.
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