Using his usual abstract discourse, Momo composed this intervention within the Crono Project. On the facade, we can see large monochrome patches of great vivacity, still absorbed to the windows, followed by areas in which the artist makes clear traces of paint from the spray can, and other areas completely devoid of paint. Among these three options of plastic, are becoming visible, some geometric elements, such as a circle and a line segment.
After his work in the public space, which often involves appropriating aesthetically urban elements, transforming them into disruptive installations, Brad Downey with gray painted this wall in Lisbon, under Project Crono. He painted respecting all traces of letters, even the weakest, the existing building, discovering the presence of a phrase possibly with a revolutionary origin -. "Those who work are not paid"
Facing in a masterly way the pre-existences of the building, Vhils dug over this face on a small wall, piece integrated in the Crono's Project, of which was one of the mentors. Peeling the wall surface at different depths, sometimes even exceeding the plaster and revealing the bricks, the face absorbs the existing window, and for that the artist has integrated the composition in an off-centered manner in relation to the building configuration.
Within the plasticity that has characterized this duo of artists, Ram and Mar did this work under the Project Chrono, the most emblematic avenue in Lisbon - Avenida da Liberdade. Towering heavy seas in sailing a boat made of paper, a white head appear with three guys and the top, opened by own hands the figure, is obscuring a chicken composed of flowing lines made of various colors.
Curator — Alexandre Farto aka Vhils
Curator — Pedro Soares Neves
Curator — Angelo Milano
Fotografia — Galeria de Arte Urbana 2010
Fotografia — Leonor Viegas 2010