25.03.2019 – 30.03.2019
SupaKitch’s new series entitled Gold Crack contains abstract compositions suggesting an aesthetic of natural elements, such as the smooth marble surface, the ever-changing face of the ocean, the abrupt horizon line and finally the crack in a wall. SupaKitch’s works of art combine two different associations of the term “crack“. One derives form the graffiti tradition, the other reflects the Japanese aesthetic concept of wabi sabi.
Cracks were one of the first ornamental and decorative devices for the stylisation of graffiti pieces. Cracks are also a substantial part of each and every wall, which represent a natural sign of material age or change. Thus every crack or scar on a surface tells its very own story.