Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Kashink in Miami and her OUTSIDE / INSIDE project
2. Hold On, Just Going to Post This Letter – Почта России
3. Nuart 2014 via Hypebeast TV
4. Tost Films: Emigrantes en Yola
5. ROA teaser for Jonathan LeVine Gallery “Metazoa”
Kashink in Miami and her OUTSIDE / INSIDE project
Experimenter and Street Artist hailing from France, Kashink observes the absurd and reports what she has found. A brainy badass, Ms. Kashink uses vivid color, cartoon, and calculated critique to a scene, whether scripted or organic. Part painter/ part matinee idol, Kashink helps us to question the paradox of our art and creativity classification systems.
Hold On, Just Going to Post This Letter – Почта России
A social experiment with Russian post office boxes, here is a simple way to discourage the remaining 5 people who still mail letters.
Nuart 2014 via Hypebeast TV
A nice recap of the events at Nuart via HypeBeast.
Tost Films: Emigrantes en Yola
ROA teaser for Jonathan LeVine Gallery “Metazoa”
“ROA views the beaver, the state animal of New York, as a metaphor for the idea that nature has the ability to reclaim itself. The recovery of the beaver in New York City after it was previously thought extinct is exemplary of how humans and animals affect each other and reflects the artist’s interest in how animals evolve within urban landscapes.”
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