Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Jazoo Yang x TJ Choe: Strawberry House (South Korea)
2. Solo x Diamond via Grounder (Italy)
3. DeAk Crew: Toxic Graffiti – You’ve Been Infected. (Cyprus)
4. Real Time Web Series: Episode 2 – Askew By Berst (New Zealand)
BSA Special Feature: Jazoo Yang x TJ Choe: Strawberry House
One senior in Busan, South Korea, didn’t like the hasty red aerosol scrawl on houses that were being marked for destruction. So she converted the tags to images of strawberries.
In this video Jazoo Yang and TJ Choe show you how they took inspiration from her act and covered the doomed neighborhood before it was destroyed.
Solo x Diamond via Grounder
Shot like an excerpt from a movie, the Italian writers Solo and Diamond each get half a van to crush before the boss comes back.
DeAk Crew: Toxic Graffiti – You’ve Been Infected.
And now we visit Limassol in C
Real Time Web Series: Episode 2 – Askew By Berst
New Zealand’s Bobby Hung has started this series of long-form audio interviews interspersed with music to accompany the graffiti writer guest as he knocks out a piece. You need a lot of time to invest but you do learn a lot about a person’s perspective and process and history. This episode the guest is Askew One.
Film & edit: Berst GBAK TMD @Berst_1
Audio technician: Peeti Lamwilai @Peetilamwilai
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