Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. VHILS Splash and Burn
2. MONUMENTA PREPARES with The Intelligence of Many SEPT 2018
a. Yairan Cinco Montejo
b. What Inspires You?
c. Super Fresh Air
BSA Special Feature: VHILS Splash and Burn
“The prime location we have to communicate is the public space. It can have a huge impact on society,” says Vhils in the introduction to this new video, and it is a mantra we have been repeating for over a decade. Powerful work well placed with authenticity – that can have resonance.
In this new piece to raise awareness about endangered species in general and the Tapanuli Orangutans’ habitat in specific, the Portuguese artist creates a portrait that is perhaps outside his usual collection.
“The world is not taking the time to consider how to move forward, there is no effort to reflect on the real impact of decisions,” he says in a warning that should send a chill up your spine.
Click on the link below to sign the petition to save the Tapanuli Orangutans’ habitat:
MONUMENTA PREPARES with The Intelligence of Many SEPT 2018
A magnetism of like minds is pulling together in Leipzig, Germany next month; a modern merging of current critical thinking in the fields of urban art, public performance, city planning, architecture and the flattening of the hierarchies that once defined how we interact with our cities and with each other. As paradigms rapidly shift it is The Feelers, The Thinkers, and The Fun-Seekers who are all in attendance, and BSA introduces the MONUMENTA Talks on September 1st in this inspiring hulking former home of industry.
Our guests; artists, futurists, planners, architects, curators, thinkers all – we’ll hope to have on parade the intelligence of many.
Enjoy some titillating video tidbits for MONUMENTA
MONUMENTA: Yairan Cinco Montejo
MONUMENTA: What Inspires You?
MONUMENTA: Super Fresh Air
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