ROA at Black Rat Press

 
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23 Feb

2011

On my way to BRP (Black Rat Press), I knew I was up for a treat. I knew I would hang out for a while and enjoy ROA’s installation.

What makes ROA so popular is definitely his unique style – (very often) large black and white scale wildlife animals made of spray paint but also his ability in putting together quite clever installation integrating his wildlife characters. Flip out/ flip in some wood panels or just walk round and get a new angle on the installation and you can now see something completely different, the inside of the animals or the outside in this case.

ROA at Black Rat PressROA at Black Rat Press

ROA at Black Rat PressROA at Black Rat Press

We appreciated also ROA’s effort to push its creativity further by integrating x-rays light effect in one of his work. Close the flap and you see the fur of the animal, open it and the inside of the animal is revealed with an X-ray effect (see below)

ROA at Black Rat PressROA at Black Rat Press

ROA’s wildlife is powerful and definitely worth seeing with your own eyes. More pictures of the installation below.

The show is now over.

ROA at Black Rat Press

ROA at Black Rat Press

ROA at Black Rat Press

ROA at Black Rat Press

ROA at Black Rat Press

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

Founder of the Art-Pie site. I design and code websites and apps Monday to Friday from 9 to 5 and enjoy drawing, painting and visits to museums and galleries at night and weekends.

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