Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Madrid’s Finest: Alber, Snack, and Ysen
2. 10 Spots to Experience Street Art and Graffiti in NYC
3. Aryz In Detroit
4. David Zayas Installation Timelapse for “Muralismo” Exhibition in Puerto Rico
BSA Special Feature: Madrid’s Finest
A fresh new video with Alber, Snack, and Ysen piecing the be-jesus out of a wall in Spain and giving you pure eye candy for Film Friday this week. Each a member of a different crew, the collaborative effort is a demonstration of “unity is strength”. In their case, it is a lot of style as well.
10 Spots to Experience Street Art and Graffiti in NYC
A visitor from London took his tips about NY Street Art and Graffiti from Time Out magazine, as many tourists do. Hitting all the spots by car and shot entirely on an iPhone in January, it’s a surface survey, a current snapchat of a complex scene that quickly changes.
Aryz In Detroit
Aryz did this wall with help from Library Street Collective and it is a good look at his process of building an image, shot by Mike Mojica.
David Zayas Installation Timelapse for “Muralismo” Exhibition in Puerto Rico
A surprising video that captures the 44 day installation period artist David Zayas had to transform a space for his exhibition considering the contemporary mural as an historical and modern practice and a vehicle for communication at the Lugar Museo Las Americas.
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