Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Panmela Castro: “Porquê?”
2. Louis Masai: The Art Of Beeing – Detroit. From Wheres-Kong
3. Low Bros from their #sweet15s series. Episode 8
4. Low Bros from their #sweet15s series: Episode 7
BSA Special Feature: Panmela Castro: “Porquê?”
“Porque?” is a question that many people have asked in the wake of this years’ presidential election – and Panmela Castro’s performance captured here addresses a few of the fundamental assumptions about women’s roles in society, the artifice of fashion, the debilitating, disfiguring power of fashion that defines gender.
“Why are there still cultural and legal constraints on women to enjoy their right to sovereignty of their lives?,” asks Castro.
We do not want to overlay our interpretation of the presentation and performance because the artist deserves to let the work speak for itself.
Louis Masai: The Art Of Beeing – Detroit. From Wheres-Kong
Checking in with the touring master of beeing, Mr. Louis Masai. Be sure to follow him on BSA as we continue to follow him through more American cities on the “Art of Beeing” tour.
Low Bros from their #sweet15s series. Episode 8
And now here are sweets from the chocolate box to remind you about the Low Bros and their latest work. Have two, you never know what’s in them.
Low Bros from their #sweet15s series: Episode 7
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