Object..., M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017

869. M32 Spot (7)

Another fine contorted ‘Icarus-like’ figure plummets to the ground in this wonderful column piece by Object000. My first thought when I saw this was ‘De Chirico’ the great Italian artist whose work influenced the surrealists. It is the arches that did it. Just google his name and images, and you’ll see what I mean.

Object..., M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017
Object…, M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017

I managed to catch up with Object000 when he was spraying this piece, and it turns out that his name is actually not Object zero zero zero, but actually Object ellipsis. So from this point forward I will write his name as Object… . For him the zeros appeared as a result of a digital artifact created because one of the digital platforms he uses wouldn’t accept the ellipsis.

Object..., M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017
Object…, M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017

I am not going to go through my back catalogue of posts and change anything as Thisd blog is evolutionary, and I have made many mistakes and learned much on the way. The past is the past. Unlike some in society, I do not wish to rewrite history, however inconvenient.

Object..., M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017
Object…, M32 Spot, Bristol, June 2017

Too much of a ramble. This is a lovely fresh work by Object… and makes reference to the skate park with two skating figures, which unfortunately are on the other side of the column and only one is pictured here.

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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my profile...to this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

2 thoughts on “869. M32 Spot (7)”

  1. I like seeing support structures like this being covered in art. I know what you mean about learning over time with street art. Sometimes it’s hard to find good information about street artists, especially those who walk the line between legal and not so legal. And it’s impossible to go back and fix every mistake when you’ve been doing this for a while.

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