A character turns his back or rests against a carpet from which an imaginary and inanimate city unfolds.
Mural painting, Rue du Petit Charmont, Besançon (FR)
Bien Urbain 2
1 month : From 6th september to 6th october 2012
12 guest artists : Sam3 (ES), Escif (ES), Hyuro (AR), Agostino Iacurci (IT), MOMO (US), Eltono (FR), Caroline Amoros & co (FR), Guillaume Bertrand (FR), Jiem (FR), Mark Jenkins & Sandra Fernandez (US), Graffiti research lab (FR), Pascal Rueff (FR)
As the flagship artist of new muralism, we invited Hyuro to imagine Bien Urbain’s line up with us. Hyuro’s wall paintings touch with modesty on the intimate and universal.Tension and softness are felt in her paintings where attitude and postures say much more than the eyes or face, often hidden or deliberately placed « off-screen » as if to highlight the palpable and sensitive. Her world is both disturbing and seductive. Through her murals, Hyuro offers us the deep thoughts and questions that cross her mind, with respect and a palpable affection. Each of them not only raises her sincere personal feelings, but also challenges our own sensitivity, revealing buried or repressed sensations, developing our imagination.Anyone can recognize themselves in the characters she makes. Like whispers, her murals try to tell us something… it’s up to us to interpret the messages according to our experience and our sensitivity.
David Demougeot, N. Thomas, Nicolas Waltefaugle