Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Vhils Explodes in Slow-Mo at Nifty Gateway
2. Giulio Vesprini: No Comply // Struttura G0055
3. RIDE a Film by Paul Bush
BSA Special Feature: Vhils Explodes in Slow-Mo at Nifty Gateway
The time elapsed between blasting a new artwork and destroying it? 2 seconds.
Thanks to documentation, you can luxuriate in this human/natural cycle of creation and destruction over two and a half minutes. Portuguese street artist VHILS explores the space in between, and the rapturous flight of atoms and molecules, volume, velocity, light and dark.
Giulio Vesprini: No Comply // Struttura G0055
Skate parks are sacred spaces for those believers whom you find there endless hours, meditating, catching air, lying prostrate. Giulio Vesprini helps us to understand his process for this artists commission to adorn the temple.
RIDE a Film by Paul Bush
Summer is prime season for bikes, no matter what kind. In a little more than 5 minutes filmmaker Paul Bush bowls us over with stop action bicycles, motorbikes, and your nostalgia.
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