Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Mr. Kriss – In Our Hands
2. You Are The Subject: Richard Serra at Glenstone
3. Indecline: “Ironic, Isn’t It?”
BSA Special Feature: Mr. Kriss – In Our Hands
Kristián Mensa, better know by his stage name Mr. Kriss, is a Czech actor, dancer and illustrator based in London, UK.
“In Our Hands” is an upcoming animated short film by Mr. Kriss.
Camera and Edit – Jan Pivoňka
Animation – Petr Šenkýř
You Are The Subject: Richard Serra at Glenstone
“In July of 2021, a 656,000-pound sculpture made of forged steel crossed state lines and bridges on its way to Glenstone. It traveled slowly, winding its way from New Jersey to Maryland. At dusk, it crossed the Susquehanna River. At midnight, it arrived.
You Are The Subject: Richard Serra at Glenstone, a new short film, tells the multi-year story of the installation and opening of Richard Serra’s Four Rounds: Equal Weight, Unequal Measure, 2017.
Produced with Rava Films, You Are The Subject is now available digitally in collaboration with designboom, following a world premiere at the Montreal International Festival of Films on Art on March 17, 2023.”
Indecline: “Ironic, Isn’t It?”
We recently published HERE the subversive and anonymous collective Indecline’s latest billboard takeover protesting mass shootings and the lack of adequate laws to regulate guns in America. With the most recent mass shooting in Louisville, there have been 146 mass shootings in the USA this year alone. According to existing data, the number makes more mass shootings than days in 2023 so far.
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