In Beeston, on the road to Nottingham (UK) you may have the surprise of running into a kind of art installation … Scratches, drawings, traces and lines come to life on the surface of a large yellow waste container (Central Waste). Yes, pure street art, or better: natural art on the street…#realstreetart#naturalstreetart. In the video: some of the many photographs I took around this large “pool” that carries with it the signs of time and human work. The pictures are just natural, random and not manipulated images of the amazing imperfection of the real world we see around us. They are part of “LaceR/Actions”, a multidisciplinary project and research about the apparent chaos of torn and decomposed outdoor advertisings, natural cracks, scratches and urban/industrial tokens. Soundtrack: “The Rain” by Silent Partner.
The previous posts about “Central Waste” container in Beeston gained lot of views and impressions also in my Twitter profile.
“Glorious Morning”, original Piano solo by young talented composer and pianist Gene Emerson, goes with “Lacer/actions” artworks by Roberto Alborghetti (macro and abstract photos of torn and decomposed publicity posters and matters). Inspired by a Rumi’s poem. New version of the video originally released in Spring 2013.
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