Different Worlds #2 - The World with The Portals
With the 'Different Worlds' show coming up, I wanted to focus on the actual different worlds I'm using to link my work. This one is the world that links my Street Art Superheroes.
An amphibious creature emerged from the sewers beneath Brick Lane, London, panicking local residents yesterday. Patrolling meta-officer, Jacqueline Bambera confronted the creature, and peacefully subdued it. She announced to the press that she plans to train it to fight crime with her.
A robotic terror attack was averted yesterday, when a rogue group of far-Right engineers attempted to unleash a “Blitz-Droid” on London. A tip-off allowed authorities to direct a local superhero to the scene, where the robot was subdued.
Although I didn't put it in the show, this piece, that turns one of my pictures into the photo in a newspaper article fits in nicely with them.
Just a reminder, the show is on at ArtSHINE Gallery, from February 1st, to the 22nd. The opening night is on Saturday, from 2pm.
Please join us to celebrate the launch of a joint exhibition by Girija Kulkarni and James Mathurin. Girija and James were the joint winners of the 2016 "Celebrate Diviersity" competition.
Saturday Sat 04 February
from 2 PM - 4 PM
3 Blackfriars Street, Chippendale
ABOUT THE SHOW:
There are different small worlds in this big world. Different people, different thoughts, different visions, different goals, and so many more different things.
The 'different' is not as a 'comparison'. 'Different is a 'diversion'.
We all are the same in this world. The same but different. This makes us each unique and special.
In this show you can see the differences between the two artists; different subjects, different styles, and different mediums.
Girija works with natural elements and watercolours. Her works are based on the real world.
James is fantasy and scientific based with lines, shapes, and digital colouring.
All these differences are very apparent, but the common factor between them is “diversity”.
We invite you to join us to celebrate the opening of this exhibition, and enjoy “DIFFERENT WORLDS” with Girija and James.