NO CURE MAGAZINE X BICICLETA SEM FREIO COVER

Press Collaboration

Client: Juskids / Bicicleta sem Freio

Location:  Global

Artists: Bicicleta Sem Freio (Brazil)

Service: Development,  Artist management, Press management.

Australian publication NO CURE Magazine chose our very own Bicicleta Sem Freio to design the fall cover as their special feature artists, with a 6 page spread & interview.

Justkids was also featured in this special edition with a 6 page spread and interview with our director / curator Charlotte Dutoit.

Special thanks to Mike Zeidler, Sarah Hazlehurst and the No Cure editorial and creative team.

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Interview Highlights:  

“We truly believe that two heads always think better than one and art is something that can only improve if it’s built together. Our solo process is also integral because this definitely informs what we bring to the table when we work together. ”

- Bicicleta Sem Freio in conversation with No Cure Magazine

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When we got together in 2006, we were a bunch of college friends trying to figure out how to do the work we love and breakthrough the art world without going through the formal institutionalized avenues. We had this inside joke about our approach, explaining it like a bike without brakes, like we just go and never stop. At that time we were looking for funny and unusual names, so we started using this inside joke as our collective name. Over time the name was gaining strength and people were enjoying it. To be honest, the name and initial approach doesn’t really represent us these days , but in a greater sense, we keep it since it still captures is the essence of our work which is friends creating together and having fun. “

- Bicicleta Sem Freio in conversation with No Cure Magazine

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Interview Highlights:  

“Place-making in this practice can be quite broad, but to me its about truly seizing the unique or unexpected aspects that make a community and enhancing them. Even though many things in art are universal, good placemaking doesn’t look the same everywhere, its always changing so it’s very important to be mindful of the context and sensibilities of the places we intervene.”

- Charlotte Dutoit in conversation with No Cure Magazine

 

 

“Being a curator for public spaces is all about finding ways to bring forward art in different, non conventional forms”

- Charlotte Dutoit in conversation with No Cure Magazine

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