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August 2016

 

 

For August, artists Tara Long, Alouishous San Gomma, and Kayla Delacerda discuss their practice with Olivia Ramos.

POORGRRRL

the bluezZz, 2016

Music Video, 4 min., 59 sec.

(Parachute Records)

San Gomma in conversation with Ramos

Alouishous San Gomma

Biscayne World, 2014

Created by: Ahol Sniffs Glue, Michael Arcos, and Marnie Ellen

Video, 10 min., 57 sec.

(Borscht)

Delacerda in conversation with Ramos

Kayla Delacerda

Unfinished, 2016

Acrylic on Canvas

11 in. x 14 in.

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Tara Long

 

Still Malleable.

 

 

 

Alouishous San Gomma

 

Ahol, whose raw yet instantly recognizable street murals evaporate the divide between high and low art, often jumbles disparate themes from mass media, popular culture and marginalized pockets of society.

 

He often draws inspiration from the urban environment and systems of society which dehumanize its inhabitants. Ahol’s deceptively simple, yet complex renderings both portray the veneer of our everyday surroundings and the dull, job-related conflicts often encountered in a dysfunctional workplace.

 

The South Florida native is best known for his soaring urban murals depicting expansive fields of drowsy eyes, reflecting his unique vision of life, labor and unrequited love of the mean streets of Miami.

 

 

 

Kayla Delacerda

 

Kayla lives and was born in Miami. Attended New World School of the Arts.