ReSounding Graffiti is an exhibition exploring graffiti and rogue uses of public space. It is a series of three short film pieces comprising of a series of still photography and an original soundtrack written using the words found in graffiti and the public space.
Everyone has an opinion on graffiti. You may love it, or possibly hate it, but we are surrounded by it everywhere we go. This exhibition looks at the relationship between the onlooker and the graffiti by asking what is it trying to communicate, looking beyond just the paint on the wall.
The streets are a meeting place for people, and one persons graffiti is another’s way to express their connection with the world around them, their means of belonging.
Anna Struth is a singer/composer and novice photographer.
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