The Centre-Fuge Public Art Project – Cycle 3Art, Culture — By JGM Staff on May 22, 2012 at 2:38 pm
It’s about that time for what was once a dull grey trailer idle on the Bowery to be painted over again, cycle 3 of the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project has begun. For those of you not familiar with the project, it started late last year by two artists Pebbles Russell and Jonathan Neville in dedication and memory of friend, creator and Lower East Side neighbor, Mike Hamm. Cycle two featured artists like Claw Money and Mastro, Cycle 3 consists of Fumero, Jade Fusco, Bishop203, Michael Denicola and Danielle Mastrion. The goal of Centre-fuge is not only to re-beautify this incredible block, but also to encourage the community to express itself in a public forum. Added on is a homage to the Beastie Boys and the late Adam Yauch, may he rest in peace.
Earn a slot in cycle 4 if you’ve got what it takes: “Up to seven artists at a time create work on all visible sides of the structure with the art changing every other month. Artists must submit proposals in order for their work to be deemed appropriate for the broader community. Anyone can propose an idea for work on the trailer. All proposals and sketches for Cycle 4 should be sent to email@example.com by Friday June 15th.”
pics via: FreshpaintNYC