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22
Nov
2010
‘Five Years’ is a typographical study of five of the major news headlines in the US between 2005-10. As time passes, the immediate impact of such events fades away, quickly replaced by the next big thing. Regardless of our collective amnesia these events did happen and continue to resonate throughout global consciousness. These headlines are the subject matter for...
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22
Nov
2010
The Berlin based art collective 44Flavors will be exhibiting Frei Schnauze! / By Guess and by Gosh! in the NeonChocolate Gallery, Berlin. The work of 44Flavors, consisting of Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle, showcases a high level of knowledge of the diverse fields of art, by incorporating and rearranging them to bring their own visions to life. Growing up...
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22
Nov
2010
We went to Bucarest this Summer to attend the wonderful Street-Heroes festival. It was my first time in Romania and i was stoked – like in most countries you’ve never been before, we had a very friendly welcome there and i wondered why i nevver managed to go there before. Our last day was a trip through the city...
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22
Nov
2010
Jeroen Jongeleen lives and works in Paris and Rotterdam. His practice evolves out of an on-going engagement with public space and much of his work is presented in the form of subtle interventions, which seem to target advertisements, architectural structures and signs that regulate public behavior. Often he creates imprints of these interventions, viruses left to engage with the...
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22
Nov
2010
Less than a month ago my other half Chris closed Spine skate shop in Worcester which he’d run for the last 11 years. For the last 5 years Chris and I used the wall space in Spine to run a little gallery and enjoyed putting on shows for friends and artists we admired. It gave Worcester a much needed,...
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19
Nov
2010
Willehad of Bremen Eilers (1981, Peine Ger.) goes by the name Wayne Horse and many many others. With his videos, animations, paintings, drawings, performances and installations related to graffiti and comic-culture, he gives an often mocking, ironic commentary on society. He works tirelessly and presents a rapidly expanding body of work that arose from the need to tell stories,...
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16
Nov
2010
Back in the days he sprayed graffiti on dismissive concrete, now his own pieces are made of tonnes of the same material. He has learnt to observe inside the city desert and he has worked fast in urban no-go areas to practice his depictive script. He has also taken obsolete residues of graffiti into the open desert of the...
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