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Urban Capsules

Artist Morano and Photo Credit - Josh Brown

Morano

 

Cube 37 - Glass Cube Gallery
Live mural experience
Multiple dates & engagement platforms (see details)

 

 

 

 

Key Dates
10, 11, 18, 19, 20 February 10am to 1pm | LIVE link to mural in progress 
Tuesday 9 February to Friday 26 February | Artwork can be viewed as it develops from Cube 37 street front
Saturday 27 February to Tuesday 23 March | Final artwork and exhibition in Glass Cube gallery

 

Urban Capsules embodies the artist’s transporting creativity and invites viewers to immerse themselves in the chaos of his process. Assaulting all the senses, viewers can find meaning framed through their own experiences. His paintings gain energy and momentum, as viewers find references and stories that reflect their own inner emotions. The Artist will paint a mural on rear wall of Glass Cube gallery that can be viewed 24/7 from the Cube 37 street front.

View the mural live in person from the street front at the Glass Cube -  Cube 37 (37 Davey Street, Frankston).

Enjoy this time-lapse video of the artist's work in progress from 9 February to 25 February:

 

 

Biography | Morano was born in Barcelona city in 1978 at the Sant Pau Hospital-now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At the age of one, his parents moved to the suburbs and he grew up in a working class neighbourhood surrounded by industrial estates with no space to dream. From an early age, drawing and painting became the way to express his emotions and connect to his inner being. Something difficult to explore in the context of that moment. 

As a kid, painting on the streets started to become an obsession. He was drawn to graffiti and heavily influenced by the illustrations of vinyl covers and skate graphics. At the age of thirteen, he started to make his first murals beginning with a mix of lettering and characters but increasingly drawn to figurative scenes. He became a very active and notorious graffiti artist during the '90s, participating in numerous exhibitions and appearing regularly in the independent scene publications. 

 

 

Image: Artist, Morano. Photography Credit, Josh Brown  

 

 

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