Imminent Disaster //


Musings on Decay
March 11, 2012, 23:08
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Imminent Disaster from miss lady on Vimeo.

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Toronto Street Advertising Takeover
September 22, 2010, 21:03
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From the Public Ad Campaign’s Website ” Public Ad Campaign acts on the assumption that public space and the public’s interaction with that space is a vital component of our city’s health. By visually altering and physically interacting with the public environment, residents become psychologically invested in their community.

Outdoor advertising is the primary obstacle to open public communications. By monetizing public space, outdoor advertising has monopolized the surfaces that shape our shared environment. Private property laws protect the communications made by outdoor advertising while systematically preventing public usage of that space.

In an effort to illuminate these issues, Public Ad Campaign uses outdoor media venues for public art, chronicles the activities of artists intent on challenging public/private relationships, as well as other engaging contemporary issues in outdoor advertising and public space.

Through bold acts of civil disobedience we hope to air our grievances in the court of public opinion and witness our communities regain control of the spaces they occupy.”



Dead Letter Playground-NYC
June 26, 2010, 14:58
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Check out Leo Kesting Gallery in NYC this month for a few of my pieces in a collective street art show.

Leo Kesting Gallery Presents:
Dead Letter Playground:
A Collection of Contemporary Street Art
June 24 – July 18, 2010
Opening Night Reception: Thursday, June 24 from 7-10pm
812 Washington St (at Gansevoort) NY, NY 10014

From the press release: “The collection of prints, illustrations, paintings and installations takes its name Dead Letter Playground as a reference to the tactile paper quality of most works and the open letter format that street art has embraced as building dialog with the public.”