Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. “We Still Fight” by South Italy Street Art
2. “No Pain No Gain” Graffiti & Tattoo with Brus & Victor Chil
3. Polish National Ballet Interprets Radiohead’s “Reckoner”
BSA Special Feature: “We Still Fight” by South Italy Street Art
“I had a dream, to change the world,” said Angela Davis …. it is the same dream that moves our art.”
“Fighting against the injustices of the world and for the realization of a better world. Fairer, more humane, more beautiful. Our tribute to all the women who drive every revolution.”
“We Still Fight” by South Italy Street Art
“No Pain No Gain” Graffiti & Tattoo with Brus & Victor Chil
How many tattoo artists do you image are former or current graffiti writers? It is a high percentage.
“Graffiti & Tattoo, two worlds invariably attracted to each other, with many of their proponents active in both fields whether it be writers who love tattoo culture.”
An insightful and frankly tender video that contemplates the emotional world that accompanies and encompasses the two disciplines, uniting while contrasting. Here you are presented with two “virtuosos” of their crafts; A Don of Roman wildstyle named Brus and the Barcelona tattoo artist Victor Chil.
Polish National Ballet Interprets Radiohead’s “Reckoner”
A thoroughly modern interpretation by choreographer Robert Bondara, who also does the costume and light design.
The dancers are Yuka Ebihara and Kristóf Szabó with the Polish National Ballet.
Choreography: Robert Bondara
Music: „Reckoner” by Radiohead
Costume and Light Design: Robert Bondara
Polish National Ballet
Dancers: Yuka Ebihara and Kristóf Szabó