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Title Concrete Canvas. Episode 3, Stockholm / by Martin Dowd
Published Brighton, England : electric sky, 2007
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Description 1 online resource (28 min.)
Series Art and architecture in video
Summary Julian is looking out across the beautiful rivers of Stockholm. Made up of 14 islands Stockholm is known for its beauty and the water. Julian explains he is here to create a drawing which encompasses the stunning picturesque views of rivers and canals while creating a piece of art that sums up the national sport of fishing. We learn about local street artists who are adapting to the new anti graffiti laws in Stockholm and meet artists who have turned from Graffiti tagging to creating tags with wool. Also underground Graffiti artists who have to hide under railway bridges for fear of arrest and art campaigners who have created a phenomenon out of dog sculptures on roundabouts after vandals destroyed a sculpture by a local artist. The weather isn't good at this time of year in Sweden. Julian only has three days to complete the drawing; will the elements prevent completion of his work?
Notes In English
Subject Street art -- Sweden -- Stockholm.
Graffiti.
Anamorphic art.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Dowd, Martin (Director), director
Thorogood, Jane, producer
Electric Sky (Firm)