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Anne Vieux on View in Arkansas Psychedelic Public Space

Anne Vieux on View in Arkansas Psychedelic Public Space

What can you see in Arkansas? 

If you are in Bentonville you can see Anne Vieux’s “captivating illusion of a hyper-fluid space” at the Skylight Cinema building.

Anne Vieux. Justkids/ARkanvas for OZ Art. Bentonville, Arkansas. (photo © Justkids)

A psychedelia of this moment, the modulated visual liquid was produced by the artists use of digital copies made of shiny aluminum papers. Printed on vinyl, she transformed this exterior into a trippy grid of lenswork that allows passersby to see fields that instantly challenge imaginations.

Vieux says she enjoys stretching beyond limits of data and physical space, a description analogous for some with cinema itself.

Anne Vieux. Justkids/ARkanvas for OZ Art. Bentonville, Arkansas. (photo © Justkids)

“In this piece, I wanted to disrupt the solid geometries of the architecture with a hyperreal fluid painting placed in the landscape,” she says, and something in the description makes it conversant with the chaos and surrealist quality of US life today.

“I reflected on these ideas in a cultural/political context,” says Vieux, “thinking that a larger takeaway of this piece is that through disrupting and dissolving boundaries we can create a fluid open space where there’s room to unite.”

Now you can see, right?

Anne Vieux. Justkids/ARkanvas for OZ Art. Bentonville, Arkansas. (photo © Justkids)
Anne Vieux. Justkids/ARkanvas for OZ Art. Bentonville, Arkansas. (photo © Justkids)
Anne Vieux. Justkids/ARkanvas for OZ Art. Bentonville, Arkansas. (photo © Justkids)

This project is curated by Charlotte Dutoit of ​Justkids​, and commissioned by ​Oz Art. The piece is part of ARkanvas.

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OKUDA “Mother Natura” / Dispatch From Isolation # 60

OKUDA “Mother Natura” / Dispatch From Isolation # 60

Have you noticed that the air and sky in your city is cleaner than you ever remember it to be? Car traffic is down, plane traffic is scant. Many polluting industries have had no workers in the last few months either. Mother Nature is happy.

Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)

One wonders about the connection between our outright slaughter of nature and the fact that this virus is wreaking havoc on our physical health and economies. Mother Nature inserts herself into every conversation eventually – what fools we were to think that we were separate from her.

Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)

Street Artist OKUDA San Miguel says that he has been inspired by Mother Nature in his new commission for that natural oasis Las Vegas. Creating 3 new sculptures and a mural inspired by Mayahuel, the Mexican goddess of agave and fertility, his fragmented pop surrealist dreams will great guests and invite them to gamble the future at this luxury resort. He created this installation in coordination with Justkids founder and curator Charlotte Dutoit and he’s calling it “Mother Natura”.

Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
Okuda “Mother Natura” for Justkids/Park MGM Las Vegas. (photo courtesy of Justkids)
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