Azucar Negra is a collaborative mural art installation that
explores the influence of Afro-Latin and Caribbean
culture on Modern Art. Afro-Latin cultural iconography is sprinkled thru Latin
America like sugar and it has enhanced the cultural milieu of art,
music, and dance.
Project Description The Installation is inspired by the public artwork of
Wifredo Lam. In 1967, Wifredo created a collective public art mural for the
Salon de Mayo in Cuba. It brought together various artists and poets. It was
designed to showcase artists work practice to a larger audience
With this inspiration Street Art Revolution Collective will
design a collective mural live influenced by Afro-Cuban iconography. Basically
turning the booth into a work studio. The Artists will paint and draw
sections in during the event.