This blog is not against street. We understand that street can be a space for resistance, reflection and disidence, not just a promotional showcase to sell prints.
Street’s an untidy, seemingly chaotic and always hectic place: a fringe standpoint, with its adolescents, immigrants, lovers, travellers, artists and other outsiders. A place where all of us are other people, where no-one is a god or a slave, where the water boils unheated and the weeds grow brazenly.
Street is a free process, unpredictable, hazy, dark and savage, but still sweet; an invisible place, which appears and disappears and can’t be defined because there are no rules, no parameters, no coordinates. Street only exists while the street takes place, and no institution, museum or book could ever preserve it, just as no-one can hang the street on their living room wall.
This blog is not against street. It´s street that´s against this blog…
…and that´s great!
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