Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Invader: Invasion Potosi, Mission 4000
2. A VHILS Reel edited by Jose Pando Lucas/Solid Dogma
3. Os Gemeos: “El dibujo es el alma de todo proceso” (Drawing is the soul of every process)
BSA Special Feature: Invader: Invasion Potosi, Mission 4000
Llamas, demons, Scoopy Doo, the Clash.
The French Invader, with his Western symbols painted with tiles takes you to Potosi, one of the highest cities in the world. “Located in Bolivia at 4000m above sea level it was a perfect place to install the 4000th space invader,” says the artist.
Invader installs his 4000 space invader in Potosi, Bolivia.
A VHILS Reel edited by Jose Pando Lucas/Solid Dogma
Os Gemeos: “El dibujo es el alma de todo proceso” (Drawing is the soul of every process). Via Domestika.
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