Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Swoon and Submerged Motherlands
2. Nuart PLUS features BSA FILM FRIDAY LIVE
3. John Fekner: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
4. ETAM CRU: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
5. DOT DOT DOT: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
6. ENTES Y PESIMO in Mexico City
BSA Special Feature: Swoon and Submerged Motherlands
This summer ended with the closing of Swoon’s “Submerged Motherlands” at the Brooklyn Museum; a nine month process that began for us by Jaime visiting her in studio during the cold January days when she began building much of the work that would be installed for the April opening. It has been a genuine pleasure to be associated with this show in some small way, including interviewing Swoon on stage at the museum, writing about the show as it opened, and documenting it. An integrated approach to life, biography, and the conversation on the street, Swoon’s work continues to inspire many others, including us, and we were pleased to see this thoughtful look some of the background of this artist and her work by the folks at The New York Times.
Tonight at Nuart 2014 – Nuart PLUS features BSA FILM FRIDAY LIVE
For all the Norwegian fans of BSA Film Friday and Street Art in general, join us tonight in a theater in downtown Stavanger to see about 18 of our favorites short video pieces from the last year. Explorers, Experimenters, and Anti-Heroes – today’s global Street Art scene is visually rich and full of life! Can’t wait to meet you!
John Fekner: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
ETAM CRU: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
DOT DOT DOT: NUART 2014 Teaser Video
ENTES Y PESIMO IN MEXICO CITY
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