Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Bandes de Pub Strip Box from Farewell
2. Stop Telling Women To Smile: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
3. Borondo London Glass by Fabiano Caputo
4. Dan Witz, a Veteran of the Streets
BSA Special Feature: Bandes De Pub / Strip Box from Farewell.
Disrupting the message system is something that challenges the ingenuity of many a culture jammer. Here we see the simplest of materials employed to shred the message and in the process create a compelling new lightbox installation.
Stop Telling Women To Smile: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
A strong and effective campaign by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh in Brooklyn that draws attention the the catcalling and street time Romeos who like to pretend that they are being complimentary to complete strangers on the street but really they’re just harassing them.
Borondo London Glass by Fabiano Caputo
Dude is pretty talented. Here is Borondo creating by subtraction – a work on glass in Shoreditch on high street in London.
Dan Witz a Veteran of the Streets
A concise and focused look at Dan Witz by Animal New York that allows you to quickly understand the mind and the motivation for a guy who has been putting work on the street since he was an art school kid in the East Village in the 1970s.
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