With ‘The Three Shades’, Vukovar emerge once more from amongst the ruins of fallen industry and issue a proclamation: but rather than spell it out, these hushed voices speak in concrete-language. To understand you must submit to the subliminal.
This time the trio are joined by 80’s cult movie star, ‘Queen of the B’s’ Dawn Wildsmith; truly a match made in purgatory.
‘The Three Shades’ is a glimpse into Vukovar’s ever evolving creative processes, where the minimal is maximalist and all things real and unreal are just grist for the mill.
Credits for Vukovar – The Three Shades:
Creative Commons Attribution:
An Afternoon with Rodin by Chris Carter Artisthttps://vimeo.com/147555963
ON A DAY LIKE TODAY by SHAWKY HASSAN 2012 MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP https://vimeo.com/42084022
A SOLITARY SPACE POEM by VIRGIL DUC DOAN 2015https://vimeo.com/141954351
TRAIN OVER BRIDGE by NINA BOWERS 2012 – MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP https://vimeo.com/47430222
WHUPS by ANNELISE OGAARD 2013 – MONO NO AWARE WORKSHOP https://vimeo.com/62901716
rolo 1 _cinejornais _kodak tri-x 8mm byl horta _ r burgarellihttps://vimeo.com/119114424
Rodin’s The Three Shades NCMA Raleigh NC 5676 by bobistravelinghttps://www.flickr.com/photos/bobistraveling/4555046654
Auguste Rodin, The three shades (Les Trois Ombres), for the top of The Gates of Hell, before 1886 from Auguste Rodin: The Man, His Ideas, His works, by Camille Mauclair and Clementina Black (1905)