Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. 1010 Creates a Crater in Paris
2. Mario Mankey: The World Is Not Over Part 2
3. Giorgio Bartocci from Blindeye Factory
4. Interview with Specter at Vantage Point
BSA Special Feature: 1010 Creates a Crater in Paris
And you thought New York had potholes? Be careful in Paris!
Mario Mankey: The World Is Not Over Part 2
Debuting here, the newest video from Mario Mankey. See him knock out a wall inside Berlin’s former Institute of Anatomy.
The creepiness of this place is possibly the inspiration for the title: “The World Is Not Over: I’m Still Alive”.
Giorgio Bartocci from Blindeye Factory
Interview with Specter at Vantage Point
Happy we were able to bring this guy with us to Berlin in March, and very happy to hear this excellent interview that James and Tom did with him while he was there!
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