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Grip Face: Between the legal and the illegal

Grip Face: Between the legal and the illegal

Why do you choose the walls, façades and doors of cities as your art medium? I started as a child, with furtive interventions. I remember I always used to carry some wax crayons in my backpack. Making your art in the urban space means your work has a direct connection with the spectator, with whom you generate a direct debate. Adapting to the public sphere, and the fact that it evolves ephemerally, has always interested me.

You used to hide your...

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Poetry in the open air

Poetry in the open air

Poetry has come out to take a stroll around the city and become alive, fleetingly or permanently, on walls, billboards, wastepaper baskets, steps and in all kinds of urban spaces, as well as on isolated construction walls in the midst of nature. Passers-by are caught unawares by it there, and turned into involuntary, captivates readers for an instant, assailed by the word with the aim of stealing a smile, a spark, an emotion from them. The Mallorcan...

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