Space Invader - Bilbao Invaded - 2019

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Space Invader - Bilbao Invaded - 2019
Kunst - Aantal: 1 - Boek

Space Invader is an anonymous French artist, who appears in urban areas by setting up a series of pixelated Martian mosaics. He never reveals his identity and does not ask for permission before creating his pieces. His iconography is inspired by the video game Space Invaders, developed in 1978 by Toshihiro Nishikado. It is an invitation to see the city differently and improve its context through a circuit game that invites us to focus on the details of our environment that we may not have noticed yet. Since 1990, the mysterious artist has invaded urban centres around the world; he has already exhibited in Paris, London, Barcelona, New York, Istanbul, and Vienna, but it wasn’t until December 2007 that he decided to work in Bilbao, where he was part of the exhibition organised by Alba Lucia Romero: Perception (S)tencible, from 25 January until 29 February 2008 at the Bilbao Arte art production centre. An exhibition showcasing the artistic proposals of Ismael Iglesias, Fernando Rubio, Elena Quintana, Aitor Lajarin and Extralargos, alongside 40 works by the French artist. The idea of the exhibition revolved around the possibility of jointly exhibiting from the gallery (Bilbaoarte) and on the common territory of the city of Bilbao. This, from an experimental perspective, in order to invite the viewer to an urban journey. The exhibition consisted in interventions based on drift, the vital attitude offered by situationists, inviting citizens to rediscover their own urban territory and to explore it differently for work, tourism or pleasure. This book is new (never opened Limited edition Hard to find.

Kavelgegevens
Object
Boek
Aantal boeken
1
Onderwerp
Kunst
Auteur/ Illustrator
Space Invader
Boektitel
Bilbao Invaded
Staat
Zo goed als nieuw
Publicatiejaar oudste item
2019
Druk
Eerste druk in dit formaat
Taal
Frans, Spaans
Originele taal
Ja
Uitgever
BANIZU NIZUKE
Band
Zachte kaft
Aantal pagina‘s.
108
Afmetingen
16×14 cm
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