Future/Memory: Street Culture and Contemporary Art by Super BlastFuture/Memory: Street Culture and Contemporary Art by Super Blast

Future/Memory: Street Culture and Contemporary Art

bySuper Blast, HELLERAU European Center for the Arts Dresden

Hardcover | March 1, 2014

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An innovative dialogue between street culture and contemporary art featuring some of the most internationally renowned artists and photographers.Future/Memory is a book about the exhibition with the same name, organized in Dresden, Germany at HELLE- RAU - European Center for the Arts Dresden, during the summer of 2013.Future/Memory shows the nature of the work of artists like Boogie, Martha Cooper, Cody Hudson and Horfée - artists that all stems from, and get their inspiration from street culture and urban environment.Wasted objects in the street are turned into sculptures; images of children playing in the Bronx are transformed into timeless testimonies of the 1980s. Graffiti is convert- ed into abstract and conceptual art, and a blank wooden wall becomes a contemporary vision of an archaic altar. Future/Memory condenses images of the past and the future taken from human urban surroundings and enlightens the importance of the artistic dialogues, their gestures and energy of street life.The artists featured in Future/Memory are Boogie, Martha Cooper, Horfée, Cody Hudson, HuskMitNavn, Cleon Peterson, Jay "One” Ramier, Skki and SuperBlast.
Title:Future/Memory: Street Culture and Contemporary ArtFormat:HardcoverDimensions:176 pages, 11 × 8.75 × 0.75 inPublished:March 1, 2014Publisher:Dokument PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:918563963X

ISBN - 13:9789185639632

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"Artist/curator SuperBlast has assembled some heavyweight talents with soon-to-become household names from the street art and street culture scene." -- Lodown Magazine