1. Vacant Space


    from Dillon O'Neal / Added

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    It's better with the lights off.

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    • Out For Fame - Montreal - teaser


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      On Thursday october 30rd, the International graffiti convention Under Pressure will present a travelling exhibition called Out For Fame. This project is strongly influence by graffiti movement and have been build with the help of Art by Friends a French organization promoting local and international. Thanks to the help of Promenade Wellington the exhibition will be presented in an anonymous vacant space that will be revealed via a video on October 23trd. The opening event will present 35 pieces of artwork and hold a musical performance with 2 MC’s a 2 Dj’s. All the benefit from this event will be invested on the project so this collection of work can keep continue its journey across the world with the next stop in Brussel Belgium. Out for Fame is a collection of artwork from all 5 continents which mobilizes the international graffiti community. Truly a tribute to the graf movement and its contributors, the exhibition puts aside differences between artists to focus on a common interest: lettering and graffiti. For over thirty years, this movement has seen a lot of worldwide actors contribute to its evolution. Over time, graffiti has spread across the world; new scenes hatch in the farthest corners of the planet. For this reason, Out for Fame is looking to mobilize different generations and world regions from its contributors, celebrating the architects of this movement as much as the newbies. One of the most important aspects of the project is its itinerancy: the art collection moves around in the world to exhibit the work of the global community who makes this project a reality. Each piece in the exhibition has the same dimensions, 50 cm by 70 cm, and bears the same lettering, Out for Fame, but can be written in any style on any type of paper. The aesthetic diversity is an essential part of the exhibition, for it allows reflection on the variety of styles in the streets, as well as the evolution of the writers’ creative process. From tattoos to illustration, graphic design to sculpture, many artists have opened up to new creative processes, while keeping graffiti in their DNA. All participants can distinguish their own style with their own influences.

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      • Milkcrate Culture


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        Milkcrate Cultures is Vacant Spaces' new store, located at 303 Pulteney Street, Adelaide SA 5000. A Pop up gallery and Molotow Retailer. Open seven days a week. Check out www.vacantspace.net.au.

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        • VS @ Sala on Show


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          Vacant Space showcased the beauty amongst an urban alleyway in Hidden Beauty Alley - sponsored by Molotow Australia. Date: Sunday 25.08.2013 Location: Unley Shopping Centre, Unley SA Live Art by Nish, Sam Evans, Barry Snider, OGS1, Leansone, Jack, Mike, Vilensim infused with Airbrusher Razzle Dazzle & Stencilist Daniel Murrillo. Sunshine + Beats + Talent + Art = Vacant Space

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          • Vacant Space 3


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            Just a re-cap on the third Vacant Space. This event was held on 29th June 2013 at The Brickworks Markets, Adelaide. Enjoy.

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            • Meanwhile Space Social Franchise - Nesta Bid


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              Meanwhile Space and Dan Gregory explain plans to grow via a social franchise in Bristol. Video submitted for Nesta Innovation in Giving fund.

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