Antoni Gaudí, the Catalan architect responsible for some of Barcelona’s most stunning landmarks, once said, “My master is the tree outside my window.” In the street art movement this idea is summed up eloquently by Coletivo MUDA, one of Rio’s most original group of artists, when they state: “The streets speak to us.”
MUDA, a collaboration of Carioca designers and architects, is furthering the development of street art by reconstructing the history of Brazil. They are moving beyond the identifiable aesthetics of modern graffiti and into a yet-to-be-defined potential of what public art can be. Their medium, ceramic tiles.
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