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Archive for September, 2009

New Work by Yusk

Thursday, September 17th, 2009

Fresh from the R.U.A Festival in Rotterdam, Brazilian artist Yusk has posted some recent and stunning work.

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“Adam & Eve” (incomplete)
180 x 130 cm mixed media on canvas.

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“The Secret of Gabriela”
160 x 140cm Mixed media on canvas.

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“The Consciousness
220 x 140 cm mixed media on canvas.

David Choe – Timelapse at Nuart Festival

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Nuart is an annual international street art festival based in Stavanger on the West Coast of Norway. From the first week of September an international team of street artists start to leave their mark on the city’s walls and contribute to a one month long Nuart static show.

Check the Nuart blog

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Shohei Otomo – Ghetto Rules

Monday, September 14th, 2009

New on Shohie’s blog.

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ball point pen.. yeah you heard me, ball point pen on paper.

Seen – NYC – Stockholm

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

As part of the “This is Art” series of shows at Galleri Jonas Kleerup, tonight is the opening of Seen (if you don’t know, close your browser right now). I can’t wait.

Photos to come after the event.

As promised….

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I had a good little chat with Seen, talked about his tattoo studios in The Bronx and Paris. Pretty chilled out dude, nice to have some graffiti kings visit sleepy old Stockholm.

The future of Australias internet.

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

retardI’m more than a little anxious about Prime Minister Kevin Rudd push to censor the internet, the move could lay the round work for the severe mediocratisation one of only media that hasn’t yet been overrun by stupidity and spell the end of Net Neutrality for Australians.

The failure to stop the forewarned Anoymous protest campaign attack, highlighted how incompetent the professionals being hired to administer this new legislation really are.

Anonymous proved that people will be able to get around the censorship just as easily as it was for them to shut down the PM’s website, meaning porn and piracy will be just as prevalent.

Censorship is never the solution. It’s sad that Australia is being held back by bureaucratic paper shufflers like Rudd who don’t have a lick of charisma or vision and are really failing to keep up with the times.

I came across this post yesterday which i think summarized the points surrounding this issue and is well worth checking out.

Don’t Be Dirty, Why Internet censorship is about more than pornography. By Samuel Webster.

Some good points about the ineffectiveness of censorship as well as the dangers of a loss of Net Neutrality.

Brutal Bread

Thursday, September 10th, 2009

Thai artist Kittiwat Unarrom.

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Looks can be deceiving.

Dj Camo on Against The Arctic 177.

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

cat-lady-carCamo live mix on Against the Arctic.

stench man :: township spunk
spherix feat kwality :: look back
bojcot selectah & dawn :: believe
f :: night dive (new mix)
oddz v tempz :: strung up hype (oneman blend)
the truth :: bubba ho step
consequence :: white label

are we lost mammals approaching a transcendental epoch? :: dr. strangeloop :: brainfeeder

Download Against The Arctic 1st Sept 2009 part 1

A smooth half hour of Dubstep, dnb and beats by Melbourne own Camo. Enjoy

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Two One ~ So Far ~ Tomorrow night @ No Vacancy.`

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

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So Far, the second solo show by Two One, one of Melbourne’s leading artist will be officially launching tomorrow night at No Vacancy.

And seeing as collectors and fans alike gearing up for what will no doubt be another awesome collection, I shot a short interview at Two so as to catch up with the Japanese/Melbourne artists and get some information on what to expect.
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2-12-of-28People still talk about your debut show, The 1000 Can show, which was nearly 2 years ago, what have you been working in the time between.

Just after the 1000 can show I was invited to the No Vacancy gallery opening show and after that I was involved in even more group shows while working on few murals, installations and commission paintings.

I’ve also been working on performance project Lo2’s Fleet with Elf Tranzpoter. I did live paint, destroy, recreating, and sound performance. Painted some walls in Thailand as well with some locals.   It has been very busy.


How does “So Far” relate to the “1000 Can Show”?

I’m not sure how it’s relating, but I know I couldn’t do “So Far” if I didn’t do “1000 Can show”. The first show made me able to think bigger scale, and to think that it is possible to get better if you put mind in to it.

2-9-of-28As you’ve said before allot of the inspiration for your work come from dreams, are there any particular dreams of images that are represented in your latest show?

Yes there are some pieces based on dream image, but lately I have been trying to change my painting process. I used to paint based more on story of the dream. now I’m more concentrating on capture moment, object, or feel that I felt in dream.

So like rusty metal piece next to moon or a dice which include numbers, sand timer, and Indian bull. These are harder things to explain in words

What projects do you have planned after this show?

Probably, I should not tell plans before they start to be formed clearly. So that I not became a liar.

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Two and Meggs stop to check out the show during installation.

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Also tomorrow night, Freshly Baked Gallery has a launch about a block away at 1,000 pound. Well worth checking out. Click here for more info.

Each to Thier Own ~ Freshly Baked Gallery @ 1000 Pound

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

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Freshly Baked Gallery presents a provocative new exhibition, Each to Their Own, a compilation from seven of Australia’s contemporary art forerunners.

Miss Link (2009 Australian Stencil Prize winner), Jae Copp, Johnny Romeo, Ears, Regan “Ha-Ha” Tamanui, Perth’s Matt Benson-Parry and Melbourne-based Paris Tremayne will have their recent work uniquely featured in both a physical and online exhibition.

Physically, the collection will be held at new Melbourne cultural venue, 1000 £ Bend, 361 Little Lonsdale Street, from 10-23 September. The 1000 £ Bend warehouse was once a Harley Davidson factory; and the revitalised, industrial space will be the perfect setting for this contemporary exhibition.

Each to Their Own can be viewed and experienced in all its interactive glory online at freshlybakedgallery.com from 10 September until 10 November. Freshly Baked Gallery offers a cutting-edge, virtual gallery experience where users can navigate a 3D gallery and purchase artwork.

Drewfunk – Opening Night at Oh Really Gallery

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Here’s some pictures of the opening night of “Elevation Not Levitation” at Oh Really Gallery – Sydney.

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Cognitive Dissident.

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