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1. 2020 RPM / UNO
BSA Special Feature: 2020 RPM / UNO
An expert interconnector of textures and patterns of urban living and pop art sensibilities, the Italian Street Artist UNO captures the essence of his inside life during quarantine in a new brief video today.
A clicking time meter of life passing and the daily benchmarks that give shape to one continuous life in captivity, it’s the repetition that reveals the patterns, the subtle variations encoded in the DNA of living.
Here’s UNO in Rome, spinning at 2,020 revolutions per minute.
2020 RPM / UNO
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