A Nomadic Experiment meets Wynwood Art Walk

On Saturday October 11, 2014, the Fordistas Residency Program invited internationally renowned street artist 2501 to showcase his latest exhibition NOMADIC EXPERIMENT: Tons of Tools. 

In the ongoing project NOMADIC EXPERIMENT, the aesthetic challenge of this residency resides in recomposing a montage: studio space has been an editing table that enables 2501 to realize alternative, temporary versions of his techniques with the same material (lines, black, white, gold, brushes and surfaces). 

If you missed the opening, be sure to pass by the YoAmo305 gallery to catch the exhibition before it’s gone: 

M, TH, FRI: 11:30am – 4pm 
TUE: Closed 

2311 NW 2nd ave
Miami, FL 33127

In the video above titled Regular Division, artist Joe Hamilton takes us on a dizzyingly beautiful cinematic journey that’s part collage and painting.   As Hamilton himself put it to Colossal, “Regular Division is a collaged video loop that was shot and digitally composed on location in Europe, Asia and the Middle East as part of a new series of works looking at landscape. The series responds to the impact of the digital technologies on our representation of landscape and the effect of this on our relationship with landscape.”

Fordistas Residency Presents 2501’s Nomadic Experiment: Tons of Tool

Internationally renowned street artist 2501 (Jacopo Ceccarelli), brings his signature monochromatic line work to his new exhibition as part of the Fordistas Residency Program. The concept for Nomadic Experiment first emerged last year during the artist’s stay in Miami for the Fordistas Friends & Family collective. Since then, Never 2501 has traveled the globe with the project — now bringing it back to where it all began with Nomadic Experiment: Tons of Tools.

For a sneak peek of the exhibition, head to Collector’s Night tomorrow evening at 6PM. If not, catch the official opening during Wynwood Art Walk this Saturday, 10/11.

Product/81 (YoAmo305) Gallery 

2311 NW 2nd AVE

Miami, FL 33127

Italian artist Nunzio Paci works with pencil and oil paints to create strange amalgamations of plants and animals in what he describes as an intent to “explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination.” Paci currently has a solo show including several of the pieces you see here at the Palazzo del Podestà in Bologna through October 12. (via Artchipel)

(Source: itscolossal)

The WSFL TV team stopped by the YoAmo305 gallery in Wynwood for the opening exhibition of FIESTA CONTROL by Franco Fasoli “Jaz” as part of the Fordistas Residency Program. Watch as we get a tour of the gallery and Franco chats about his experience experimenting with a new medium: paper collage.