Interview with ZAP and JUMBO

Sydney-siders, ZAP and JUMBO, in Paris recently, were first exposed to graffiti culture in the '80s and '90s. JUMBO says about graffiti culture: "In this age that we live in, it has become harder to be individual and have a unique voice. Our culture is more homogenised. I think that going and taking a spraycan, ball of yarn, poster, or tin of paint to the street and creating something of your own is a statement of individual willpower and stands against the kind of society that seeks to flatten peoples viewpoints and ideas".

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OX advertising billboard détournement

French artist, OX's, latest ad takeover at Villeneuve-Saint-Georges, in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, is a site - and weather - specific artwork that was planned for this out-of-town location due to OX's fondness for displaying his artworks backed by barren suburban landscapes, as well as the changing nature of the Parisian billboard space, which makes it ever harder to find suitable billboards to hijack.

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