Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening: Miss Van in São Paulo, Ronzo and “Roachio”, and David Gouny: Gouny the Froggy and his Polaroid 1000
BSA Special Feature:
Miss Van in São Paulo, Brazil
“I’m trying to find a way to do painting the same way I would do a throw up.”
“I’m over sensitive and I have to use it somehow.”
In this film by Dscreet the Street Artist and fine artist Miss Van shares some insight of her personal approach to her fwork, her roots in graffiti, and her feelings about getting up in the street.
Ronzo and “Roachio”
A short time-lapse of Ronzo on a rooftop in East London doing a painting of his cockroach character “Roachio”.
David Gouny: Gouny the Froggy and his Polaroid 1000
Parisian Street Artist and performance artist David Gouny also creates a bloated form of sculpture and costume – mirroring the full-figured roundness of his ladies on the street. In this brief vignette we see him as frog, taking his polaroid camera to the park to do some photography.
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