O`MOM

MON *BERLIN EDITION 2019

The urban space is the driving force in the work of the artists Teco de Luccia (Brazil), Dudu Maluf (Brazil) and Oliver Tschernick (Germany). The collective O’mom, was formed to articulate their thoughts on society, globalization, urban trends and identity through sculpture, painting and graffiti.

Representative of the collective´s work is the installation "Tilt", 2019. The inflatable is a tribute to the 1988 anime movie “Akira” by the Japanese director Katsuhiro Otomo. The movie is set in the year 2019, in a post-nuclear futuristic Tokyo. Tilt was the only exterior installation at the 2019 Berlin Edition of Museum of Now.

TILT

The prophecy of Katsuhiro Otomos was set 30 years ago. The prediction takes place in 2019, the year of a post-nuclear catastrophe and the year in which Tilt begins the time loop between cinematic, illustrative and urban art.

As the only exterior work the inflatable installation was prominently placed at the entrance of the museum facing the street and the internal courtyard. The appearance of the sculpture was transforming depending on the time of day, supported by the sound and light installation from inside the sculpture.

TILT

O´mom

2019

Mixed media

Museum of Now *Berlin Edition

Photo by urbanpresents

TILT

O´mom

Mixed media

Museum of Now *Berlin Edition

Photo by Sebastian Pollin

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