SpY. Urban Arts.
SpY is an artist from Madrid. His first actions appeared in the middle eighties.
Shortly after, already a national reference as a graffiti artist, he started to work with other forms of artistic communication in the street: large posters, modified billboards, interventions that were experimental in the first nineties.
His work consists in the playful reappropiation of urban elements, that he replicates or transforms and then installs in the street.
All his production stems from the observation of the urban environmnet, a sense sharpened by years of experience as a graffiti artist.
A careful attention for the context of each piece and a constructive and non-invasive attitude unmistakably characterize his actions.
SpY’s pieces want to be a break in the automat-like inertia of the urban dweller. Bits of thought that hide in a corner for whoever wants to let himself be surprised.
Full of both irony and a positive sense of humor, they appear to inspire a smile, a thought, to help a conscience a little bit more lucid.
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