Graffiti turned upside down: Versus breaks one of the most important rules in graffiti, not to paint over images of other writers.
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Exhibition catalog for The Versus Project at URBAN NATION project space, July 2021 to January 2022.
Participating artists: Layer Cake (Patrick Hartl and Christian Hundertmark),
Chaz Bojorquez (Los Angeles / US), Mick La Rock/ Aileen Middel (Amsterdam / NL), Sebastian Wandl (Munich / DE), Dave the Chimp (Berlin / DE), Bisco Smith (New York / US), Vincent Abadie Hafez (Zepha) (Toulouse / FR), Formula 76 (Hamburg / DE), Usugrow (Tokyo / JP), Bust (Basel / CH), Jake (Amsterdam / NL), Egs (Helsinki / FI), Imaone (Tokyo / JP) and Flavien (Apt / FR).
Graffiti turned upside down: Versus breaks one of the most important rules in graffiti, not to paint over images of other writers. This rule is deliberately turned upside down in an artistic dialogue. In Versus, art is not understood as the work of an individual, art can only be created together in collaboration. Not the individual idea is at stake, but the unique creative process through collaboration of several artists.
"Painting at a distance" during the pandemic: the artists work together, but separately. Each works for himself and yet they create something together at a distance. The artists paint "at a distance" and have thus developed a form of creation that fits into the current time.
The Versus Project
Softcover, paper 130g/sqm, 79 pages
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