Radio Juxtapoz, ep 110: Jaune and the Decade of the Mini Interventionist

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They are below the eye-line, hidden from view, just above the curbs or sidewalks. Brussels based stencil-artist ⁠Jaune⁠ creates artwork that is miniature in scale but large in concept, a series of city and garbage workers stenciled with incredible detail and a metaphorical look at the things that hold our infrastructures together and the ways we ignore how a city works. There is the idea that street art aims to disrupt the typical power structures of city centers, where advertising is rife in public space and our free spaces are dictated, and curated, by corporate interests. Well, Jaune has looking below the surface, as well, and changing our vantage point and understanding of how art works. And, its quite fun.

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