Street Art and graffiti have become an everyday sight in public spaces around the globe.
With a variety of techniques and different intentions and messages artists shape their environment. They leave behind works, that can disappear within hours or can stay part oft he city landscape for years. In contrast to the works often created at night and anonymously, the artists working with STAMP can take their time to paint, install or build their art works. The organisers provide artists with material and the infrastructure, so the artists can concentrate on their individual art works of high quality.
Daniel „Hank“ Wunn and Julian „Clyde“ Fricke will work on the wall facing the street of the neighbourhood community centre „Motte“. They have known each other since their youth and have been working together as an artistic duo ever since they finished their art studies. Their work is to be understand as a „cocktail“ of archetecture, typography, abstarct painting and candalism. In their many-layered paintings, the spectator recognises a screenshot of the process, before the colourful composition disappears under the many coats concerning Urban Art, advertising and society.
1st – 3rd June 2018
Eulenstraße 43, Hamburg