Recap: Hyuro "In/Between" in Copenhagen
In/between by Hyuro from ArtRebels on Vimeo.
Street artist Hyuro recently visited Copenhagen for a solo show entitled In/Between for ArtRebels. The show, running through June 15th, features watercolor and ink drawings of her work in the streets. Hyuro’s work often deals with animals and nature, and with the role of the human being—especially women—within and against nature. In some of her work for In/Between, Hyuro juxtaposes the plight of humanity upon nature with the adverse affects of industrialization and urbanization upon the natural state of the human being.
In addition to the exhibition of works on paper, Hyuro also worked on a 271 meter-long wall in Copenhagen to complement the show. The wall selected for painting runs alongside railroad tracks and a road in Copenhagen. A series of images of a deer and a forest, the mural flows like moving image so that passersby can follow the deer from light to darkness and back to light, from the open to the forest and back again. Check out this video to see the mural as you would from the car or train, and see how she did it.
For more information on the exhibition or the mural, check out Vandalog’s coverage or visit Hyuro’s blog or facebook.
Photos by Henrik Haven.