This Side of Paradise is an awesome artistic intervention that is transforming The Andrew Freedman Home in the Bronx, a huge old derelict building into a contemporary art space with installations by Daze, Crash, John Ahearn, and many more. Over the weekend the website Street Art News got a preview look at How and Nosm’s installation in the space and the work that went into it.
“Artist duo Hown & Nosm spent the last two weeks in New York City working on a visual remix of the Andrew Freedman Home’s history in the Bronx. The repeating diamond and pyramid shapes are looking might impressive and are built with hollow cardboard. those shapes also represent the former residents, grouped into a homogenous community. The twins also left one of their signature’s split-face which emerges from the room center, one part life and one part death.” -Street Art News
Source: Street Art News