dodane przez: przemek
For 21 days, i.e. three full weeks, every night between 7 pm and 4 am, the artist will be creating a large-sized graffiti work in the newly-founded BOSA gallery of modern art. The artist’s nightly confrontations with matter can be observed thanks to a live online streaming transmission, and everyone may see the results with their own eyes by visiting the gallery the next day. Apart from the drawing performance, the exhibition will also feature the Japanese artist’s other, more traditional works. They include, among others, unusual pictures, drawings and gadgets which he designed as part of the KEN&COMPANY project, all on sale in the gallery until the exhibition closes.
Mitsutoshi Burn is a designer, author of murals and graffiti. For Burn, drawing is the core of his art – he calls himself the Drawing Man or Drawing Monster. He draws on everything, including paper, planks, garbage, newspapers, books, etc. He never prepares sketches. Many of his works have overlapping drawn layers, forming a self-repeating palimpsest. The large-scale drawing in the new BOSA gallery will be changing every day throughout the whole exhibition.