Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. MADC at Dresden Airport
2. Jorge Rodriguez-Gerarda “COR” Santa Coloma de Gramanet
3. Murfy: Paisaje De Vida
4. ZTwins / Industrial Aesthetics
BSA Special Feature: MadC at Dresden Airport Old Terminal
“This kind of concept here is that you really see how I evolved during the last 22 years,” says MadC as she traces her own history in cans here in this old terminal in Dresden, Germany. It’s like going to school.
Taking a page from the Selina Miles/ Sofles playbook, Red Tower Films documents crisply the aerosol slaughter of an airport, rocking hard to a steadily snapping pentameter.
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerarda “COR” Santa Coloma de Gramanet
“Can you hear the heart beat? In this amphitheater in Parc del Pins you will definitely see it from every seat.” we wrote this week about this new Spanish floor installation by artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerarda
Murfy: Paisaje De Vida
A nice meditative timelapse called PAISAJES DE VIDA by Murfy, presenting a window into a massive natural valley.
ZTwins / Industrial Aesthetics
From Belgorod, Russia (“The White City”) come the ZTwins to talk about their roots as kids in this industrial city of factories and abandoned worksites. They tell you that this helped them develop what they call “Industrial Aesthetics”
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