Shame

A mural by Gonzalo Borondo, street artist – artist from Spain titled “Shame” (2013) on the main entrance of k44, bar, music club, art space downtown Athens-Greece. Intervention realized with acrylics scratched on glass.

“It’s easier to find me in the streets rather than online. I live in a dimension of “here and now” that enables me to have a more sincere approach, something that couldn’t be mediated by the screen. I communicate through my art in a straightforward way, usually helped by the public nature of the great walls that host my work, directly involving me in the stories and in the surrounding space. I physically live what I do. However, I can recognize a good means of communication even if it doesn’t suit me, neither by nature nor by method; I can see how useful it could be to share and, from experience, how dangerous it would be to let someone else use it in my place.”

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There’s more life in the street than in all of the web.

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