“Look at life through the windshield, not through the rearview mirror”
Art is an evolutionary act. The shape of art and its role in society is constantly changing. At no point is art static. There are no rules.”
~Raymond Salvatore Harmon
Today I want to shout out the creative artist that have brought a different form of art to the city of Providence, RIthat have been taking part in the Art Transformer Project. I was able to go around the city today with my weapon of choice, Nikon D3100 and get some shots of what I feel brings a positive light on a city that has been plagued with negativity over the past few months. Again thank you to those artist for displaying their work.
I woke up this Sunday morning, fairly early, and felt motivated and focused to take my weapon of choice and get some shots in before the clouds rolled for the expected rain. Along my travels I came across power boxes and alley ways and found masterpieces that adds to the art and culture of Providence, RI.
Break dancing was a style of dancing that grew up around hip hop music during it’s early stages of development in the United States. ‘Break dancing’ stretched the human body to its limit.
While walking around Providence today I ventured over to the Brown University area and found myself on the always busy Thayer Street. As a I approach I see a group of people pop lockin and doing windmills on their heads. Local hip hop movement Project 401 brought the essence of hip hop to Thayer Street with Beat The Streets at Froyoworld. I was able to capture some shots while there.