At the end of August, the 9th edition of the “IBUg” urban art festival took place in Crimmitschau, Germany. Going down at two different places, the area around Schützenplatz and the former Brothers Pfau clothmill, the unique festival had a lot to offer: Around 100 Artists from 10 different countries such as Germany, France, Greece, Poland, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Thailand and South Korea transformed the two relicts of saxonian textile industry into a synthesis oft arts by graffitis, murals, paintings, video projections, illustrations, installations and performances within a week-long creative phase. Afterwards almost 6200 visitors experienced an enormous supporting program including guided tours, movies, talks and lectures, a Paint Club marker battle, fashion and music shows and of course the traditional IBUg parties.
See the official video documentation with impressions of the event which provides an insight into the work of the artists and a close look behind the scenes.
Watch the documentation of the “IBUg 2014” on Vimeo:
picture credits: Impressions of the IBUg 2014 in Crimmitschau, Germany (® Thomas Dietzte, Cornelia Heimer, Susan Fankhän
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