BLUE LONDON : AN “OPEN AIR GALLERY” ON THE STREETS

Also in London the traditional ads billboards have been replaced by electronic or plastic displays. So it’s not so easy to find images of ripped posters for my “Lacer/actions” Art Project. But the luck helps who dares… and who opens the doors of perception. Anyway, I had the way to “capture” some interesting images. They were located in central areas, but not so visible to absent-minded passers-by. I had to keep my eyes open wide to discover them. For instance, in Spitafields, along Bishopgates and Shoreditch High Street, I caught some curious lacerations. They were white paper tracks left on blue coloured walls. Nice effects: they seemed to me as a sort of elusive ghosts or some misterious signs indicating a path in the urban jungle… Check ou the clip with nine images from the Hidden London, a city so close to us, but often so far from our eyes. The clip’s soundtrack is “Don’t mind” by Stukenberg. Blue London clip at Animoto.com; Blue London clip at Blip.tv; Blue London clip at Youtube

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