Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Thomas Medicus / Human Animal Binary (2 Parts)
2. Tuco Wallach Pacifico / Lapinou Project by Cartie, Pouah & Tuco.
3. Project MUM Upcycles Ocean Plastics Into Fishing Gear
BSA Special Feature: Thomas Medicus / Human Animal Binary
Part Damian Hirst, Jerry Andrus, and Bordallo II, this public work by Thomas Medicus takes different forms according to your position. Clearly, it’s a wild world.
It looks like Easter came early this year in Nendaz, Switzerland. Street artist Tuco Wallach appears to be having fun with this new bunny, stickers, origami, and skiing. For Tuco, the street art practice is often a family affair, and you can guess what the next generation is beginning to do. It starts with a series of lapinou (rabbits). With this kind of role model, you shouldn’t be surprised.
Lapinou Project, by Cartie, Pouah & Tuco.
Project MUM Upcycles Ocean Plastics Into Fishing Gear
Industrial waste is poisoning our air, water, food supply; in a capitalists mind its the transaction that is primary in the mind, not the repercussions on the natural world or their human counterparts. But to elevate the conversation, it is always good to find people using their ingenuity to reuse, upcycle, and give back to us all, rather than detract.
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