BROOKLYN///JUDITH SUPINE’S PSYCHEDELIC “DIRT MANSION”…

April 12, 2008  |  Uncategorized

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"Thug Mansion" this ain't...

Straight outta Bushwick comes street art provocateur JUDITH SUPINE's newest solo show, "Dirt Mansion", a huge guerilla-style installation created in conjunction with ENGLISH KILLS GALLERY that opened its doors to the public in Brooklyn on Friday nite. Filling a huge warehouse space in the Geto Boyz -friendly neighborhood with his trademark radioactive figures rendered as 20-foot-tall puppets and plastering the walls with dayglo scenes of floral frolic, Supine created an environment resembling a giant post-nuclear Monty Python animation gone wrong in all the right ways. Naturally, the elusive saboteur with the curious nom de guerre couldn't be picked out of the crowd and Supine's shroud of anonymity certainly allowed him the envious guilty pleasure of slipping into his own opening to eavesdrop on the punters as they wound through his maze-like installation to hear the evening's verdict with his own ears. HAVE A LOOK:

Photos by HRAG VARTANIAN and LUNA PARK...

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MEANWHILE, DOWN ON THE STREET:
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