Australian visible artist Ian Strange refreshes our perspective on suburban tradition. From graffiti to explosions, from constructing a reproduction of his childhood house to exploring a bigger suburban perspective, Ian Strange (previously generally known as road artist Kid Zoom) pushes the boundaries of self-expression with every concept. Lustik opened our eyes to his newest work – the darkish half-buried suburban home “Landed” on the forecourt of the Art Gallery of South Australia.
As Ian advised Complex in an interview, “The final present HOME was a really private investigation of my very own suburban upbringing. SUBURBAN is increasing on that to take a look at the suburbs as an entire and the household house as a bigger icon.” His newest set up for the 2014 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art is a website-particular sculptural work that creates a jolt within the viewer’s perspective. You know that home is just not presupposed to be there, and but a half-buried black-painted Nineteen Twenties suburban Australian residence contrasting the environment is staring again at you. The artist truthfully admits that folks’s reactions to his former works “actually helped me to develop and perceive the work as I was making it”. Check out this eye-catching modern artwork set up in Adelaide, Australia between twenty eighth of February and eleventh of May 2014 and take part on Ian’s inventive progress!