“And yes, it is that red in the room,” scholar Susan Hansen says to narrate her photos of the BSA Talks. “Like Dexter kill zone plastic red.”
It was an unusual three days living inside the conference that was blowing minds inside an art piece. We often forgot that we were bathing in, drenched in, glowing within a steady crimson glow while listening to astute historians, lawyers, hackers, artists, academics, and urban arts pros who were sitting on a big plastic couch or leaning on cherry plastic lectern.
We were lucky to be there to see the process by Penique from
the beginning, a transformational project that looks like a lot of fun, if a
lot of work.
The Yap crew from Berlin described it to friends the same way we’re seeing it, BSA Talks was “bringing the most creative heads from all the world to chat in the red living room.”
We simply surmised that we were working with others inside of a beating heart.
Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening : 4 Videos from Penique Productions
BSA Special Feature: 4 in a Row from Penique
It’s a simple concept for redefinition of inner dimensions that blows up in your space.
Today we are highlighting 4 videos from Penique Productions, a unique artists collective based in Barcelona/Rio De Janeiro that “conquers” space with monochrome plastic.
Their installations are immersive, transformative, and allow you to have fun inside of them. Our space in Madrid is going to be wrapped by these “Christos of the Indoors” in a few weeks when we host BSA Talks at Urvanity March 1,2, and 3.
More on that exciting program soon, but today we thought we’d share with you the work of Penique!