Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. HEREDITAS – Gonzalo Borondo
2. HOTTEA “Aaron.” Wooden Walls Project. Asbury Park, NJ.
3. DRAGON76 “COEXIST” Video by Tost Films
BSA Special Feature: HEREDITAS – Gonzalo Borondo
A companion video to his exhibition project Hereditas at The Esteban Vicente Museum of Contemporary Art artist Gonzalo Borondo reveals the complexity of his intervention here.
“Its aim is to question the past on the basis of present presuppositions, in particular, to recognize the museum as a place to preserve our cultural heritage for future generations and to show art’s amazing capacity to bring back to life objects that have lost their original purpose. In addition, it pays tribute to nature as the foundation of culture and inspiration of art and religious symbols.”
HOTTEA “Aaron”. Wooden Walls Project. Asbury Park, NJ.
Back with his second installation in this historic and tourist town of Asbury, HOTTEA dances with the breezes of the sea.
DRAGON76 “COEXIST” Video by Tost Films
A fresh piece in Jersey City by Dragon76, the folks at Tost Films offer an up close view of the work in progress.
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