Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Blinded By The Lines in Poland
2. Dr. Audrey Fernandes Satar and Arif Satar / WA Street Art on The Collie Mural Trail in Australia
3. FAITH XLVII / CHANT
BSA Special Feature: Blinded By The Lines
And the beat goes on – a new homemade video from Poland from taggers Ready (ALKO) Finer (TNA U7) Febs (Legz) Zion (DSTS) Lokal (DRS) in the night putting throwups, tags, and quick silvers.
Blinded By The Lines PT. 1
Dr. Audrey Fernandes Satar and Arif Satar / WA Street Art on The Collie Mural Trail
“This was never an empty wall and we’ve added to this wall another layer of history,” says Dr Audrey Fernandes Satar about her new collaborative mural with Arif Satar in Collie, Western Australia.
From the video description: “The work is Titled ‘Ground’ and is a panoptic drawing of the hills draped with patterns inspired by banksia seed pods, calling attention to the fragility of Collie’s ancient landscape where the river flows gently.”
FAITH XLVII / CHANT
Umber tones of war and oppression, this video directed by A. L. Crego introduces the new show by street artist and fine artist Faith XLVII called CHANT. Incorporating her repetitive, rhythmically placed street texts with overlays of tone and texture and her ferocious and wild animal kingdom, she unearths again layers of history that we have as a people, and as people.
A ritualistic meditative call.
We assimilate this earthly drama through pitches of reciting tones, shades and textures.
Sacred attempts of setting a frequency for unlearning. breaking open. seeing.