Tuesday, June 28, 2011
James Gaa "Graffiti, Brussels"
"Graffiti, Brussels" is quite different in its interpretation. Here a cacophony of colour and form stands exuberantly on an abandoned store window in plain sight and impossible to ignore. the photograph consists of a group of graffiti, painted more or less randomly at different times by different people and for different reasons. The result- which is a selection by the photographer--shows the energy of making art, where each person creates a part of the whole; a bit carelessly and hurried, and without any plan.