MissMe x Cheap (Bologna, Italy) - October 2018
In partnership with Festival La Violenza Illustrata, MissMe was invited by Cheap (Street Poster Art Festival) to create a wall dedicated to feminist struggles, women who voice out and those who regain possession of their bodies and their own pleasure.
Pasting up on a 494 feet long wall (150m) in the heart of Bologna (Italy) is so far one of the biggest projects made by "the Artful Vandal".
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Through different mediums and ideals, all the artists here exposed express a common desire to change perceptions, morals or any established fact. Figures and silhouettes represent a necessary transition if not in progress. Objects lose their first aesthetic function to challenge preconceived ideas. Works that need to be contemplated, to see in each movement a breach revealing what they read.
Eric Nado lives and works in Montreal. For 20 years, he has collected, deconstructed and reassembled industrial objects in series. Each of the resulting sculptures is a true technical exploration. His concern for skills and performance always comes with a common thread to the artist’s work: the storytelling of our collective past through the creation of evocative works.