larger … LARGER … OS GEMEOS Die Zwillinge aus Brasilien sind wie immer flei…


larger … LARGER … OS GEMEOS

Die Zwillinge aus Brasilien sind wie immer fleissig am wirken. Nach durchaus umstrittenen Arbeiten, wie der Werbung für einen US-Alkoholhersteller oder die Lackierung der Maschine der brasilianischen Fußball-Nationalmannschaft (wir berichteten), widmen sie sich z.Z. wieder eher der "freien Kunst". Zu sehen ein noch unfertiges Projekt im Rahmen der Vancouver Biennale.


Vancouver Biennale
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Foto: Vancouver Biennale / Roaming-the-Planet — at Granville Island.
OSGEMEOS participam da Vancouver Biennale, que acontece entre 2014 e 2016, com um mural 360º, de 20 metros de altura e mais de 2.000 m². Criado em seis gigantescos tonéis, a obra está ao lado dos célebres Public Market, Emily Carr University e False Creek, pequena enseada que separa o centro do restante da cidade, em Granville Island. A proposta da Bienal tem uma forte conexão com esculturas, por isso os artistas optaram por um espaço no qual a pintura pudesse se transformar, criando um diálogo entre os mundos bidimensional e tridimensional, e levar os personagens a Vancouver, a fim de dividir perspectivas e culturas e estabelecer uma conexão com as pessoas que frequentam a região, integrando a obra ao cenário. Com o novo mural, OSGEMEOS integram o grupo de artistas internacionais que participam da Bienal de Vancouver, como Ai Weiwei, Andy Goldsworthy, Vik Muniz e Jonathan Borofsky.OSGEMEOS participate in the Vancouver Biennale, which takes place between 2014 and 2016, with a 360o wall, 20 meters high and over 2,000 m². Created on six gigantic silos, alongside the famous Public Market, Emily Carr University and the False Creek on Granville Island. As the proposed Biennale has a strong connection with sculpture, the artists decided to find a place where the painting can be transformed, creating a dialogue between two-dimensional and three-dimensional worlds, and bring the characters to Vancouver while sharing perspectives and cultures and establishing a relationship between the people who frequent the site, integrating the work into the city scenery. With the new wall, OSGEMEOS join the group of international artists who are participating in the Vancouver Biennale, as Ai Weiwei, Andy Goldsworthy, Vik Muniz and Jonathan Borofsky.