Sound & Vision by Shepard Fairey

Sound & vision by Shepard Fairey at Stolen Space

Sound & Vision by Shepard FaireyLast time Shepard Fairey had a show in London was five years ago and it was already with Stolen Space. In the meantime, the artist enjoyed a ever growing popularity so crowd are expected to pile up at the preview on the 19th October 2012.

This show is entitled Sound & Vision and will see Shepard Fairey collaborates with Z-Trip to supply the soundtrack to the artwork. We are told that the new works will include mixed media paintings on canvas, works on paper, retired stencils collages, rubylith cuts, and as well as serigraphs on wood, metal and paper.

Producer and DJ, Z-Trip has created a soundtrack that is meant to translate musically Shepard Fairey’s art vision. Z-Trip comments “Shepard does visually what I do musically“. A nice touch from the artist : he  provided records from his own collection as well as customised vintage turntables to enable viewer listening. This section of the show is complemented by a display of seventy-two works, which are inspired by the 12 inch LP sleeve cover.

The artist will therefore use both sound and vision to connect with his audience.

Sound & Vision, the exhibition title is taken from the David Bowie song of the same name so we have included the video clip below.

What – Sound & Vision’ By Shepard Fairey
When – 20.10.12 – 04.11.12
Where –  Stolen Space, Dray Walk, The Old Truman Brewery | 91 Brick Lane | London E1 6Q

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