Topheadz, War Paint
A while back I wrote a blog on Aesthetics of Dust, inspired by the works of Filippo Minelli and Ujin Lee + Tom Edwards. Both projects played with the means of dust floating in mid-air. The short existence of a dust cloud captured in a series of photographs. The artist(s) purposefully played with the means of dust, one (Minelli’s Silence/Shapes) introducing brightly color bombs in nature, the other (Lee+Edwards I Came Across Dust) featuring a white smoky substance in empty urban landscapes. The way both projects have been documented suggest that they just happen to find the authentic moment in the world. This silent creature coming into existence for a mere moment before it becomes part of the invisible atmosphere again.
Now I would like to note an Aesthetics of Dust in another form, namely the Skateboard Video Art.
A medium that has been used to display the abilities of skaters taking on the play with dust.
Yesterday, I read a raving by Street Art Utopia on this Topheadz serie War Paint, Berlin. The event/piece/ [Continue]