ART + CULTURE + COMMERCIAL
"With electric paint rollers, Sweatshoppe tracks where they paint and projects images onto the spots as they were painted. The result is a live video collage that combines street art’s spontaneity and cinema’s suspension of disbelief. In two weeks, they tackle spots throughout Berlin, Belgrade, London, Paris and Bristol, where they make a two story video painting."
TECHNOLOGY & THEORY
VIDEO, CONTENT & DESIGN
SWEATSHOPPE was started by Bruno Levy and Blake Shaw as an art collective focused on the use of new media for the purpose of creating immersive environments, interactive performances and guerrilla interventions. After debuting their now famous video painting technology in 2009 their works, performances and installations quickly started being commissioned by The Sundance Channel, SCOPE Miami, Luminato Festival, The Standard, The Biennial of the Americas amongst others. In 2012 their were awarded the Vimeo Award in the Captured Category by MoMA video collection founder Barbara London. Aside from their artwork, they have worked on over 50 commercial campaigns and events across the US, Europe, South America and Asia over the past 7 years.