CÚMUL is an experimental laboratory with artists, designers and engineers from Barcelona that offers new architectural scenes. The physical limits disappear and the urban landscape becomes the canvas we work on and thus, fantastic scenes that make us doubt the established logic are generated. (more…)
Besides contributing to the all-time Nuart classic ‘Aftenblad Wall’ (a large-scale billboard that has been taken over by different artists in the past years), the Australian Ian Strange left his posters of suburban homes with some bizarre twist all around the city of Stavanger. (more…)
The only places where you can break a limit is in your mind, heart, and soul and if you can manage to cross this borders, you’ll see how relative and unlimited is everything. The unlimited amount of options, the unlimited amount of realities, copies, and repetitions that create our lives. (more…)
Art challenges the status quo by its very nature but, with some artists, this is more evident than with others. That’s the case of the ‘craftivist’ Carrie Reichardt, who attended this year’s edition of Nuart Festival investigating the theme of ‘Power in the Public Sphere’. (more…)
For this year’s edition of Nuart Festival, the Russian activist and interventionist Igor Ponosov brought his characteristic ‘street conceptualism’ to the sea. Titled “Too Far, Too Close”, his main piece was realized on a typical Stavanger sailboat, which was sailing the bay twice a day. (more…)
The contribution of Addam Yekutieli, aka Know Hope, to this year’s theme of Nuart Festival (Power in the Public Sphere) consisted in bringing us directly to the emotional core of the matter by addressing complex, current issues through the familiar emotions that we all recognize –specifically: heartbreaks. (more…)
Born in Alzira (Valencia-Spain), Toni Espinar began painting in the streets in 1988 with motives of social claim.
Specialist in large murals without iconographic or technical limits. He has participated and organized street art festivals and his goal is to make street art not to end up being a fashion, but a popular revolution. (more…)