Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Adele Renault Visits Tyson’s Corner in Jersey City
2. Monumenta Leipzig 2018: The Monuments-of-Many
3. Jan Kuck Kinetic Installation at Monumenta in Leipzig 2018
4. Dictador Art Masters in a Old Distillery in Colombia
BSA Special Feature: Adele Renault Visits Tyson’s Corner in Jersey City
In our own homemade video on the gritty streets of Tyson’s Corner in Jersey City, Street Artist Adele Renault ducks punches in traffic as she finishes her new mural of a pigeon.
Read about Adele’s new book featuring many of her bird murals and people portraits from last week on BSA here:
Monumenta Leipzig 2018: The Monuments-of-Many
A short tour of the monuments of many at this unusual exhibition in Leipzig. Read more about it HERE.
Jan Kuck Kinetic Installation at Monumenta in Leipzig 2018
You may need the didactic text here to appreciate the conceptual piece created by Berlin-based artists Jan Kuck at Monumenta in Leipzig, or you may simply enjoy the wax filled lamps as their light bulbs melt colored wax to drip on the pile of mirrors below. A student of law, history, and philosophy, Kuck has made a number of kinetic sculptures/installations like this through Bernheimer Contemporary at events and venues like the Venice Architecture Biennale, Art Budapest, SOFA Chicago, and the Deutches Museum Munich. We captured a bit of video with the phone while BSA was in Leipzig a couple of weeks ago to host the weekend of presentations and panel discussions.
Dictador Art Masters in a Old Distillery in Colombia
You may remember our coverage of this unique compound in Columbia this spring with a number of Street Artists from Poland, the UK, and Columbia. Here is a video produced by director Colin Day for the host of that event at an old distillery.
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