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Audio 57 interview par

BRIAN BEAVERS

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are you doing

Audio?

can of caterpillars. along with many other writers to this day. as for the more popular guys we all tend to

Audio 57: I’m

well. thank you. maybe i should have takin

know now, such as

RIME, POSE, VIZIE, EYE, ELK and NACE, they’ve all either lived here or and paid their respects.

this opportunity to say something witty or funny but ill

our fallen brother

pass. how are you feeling?

came through

BSCI: Where

as for the scene at the moment, its a toys world and im

do you hail from?

just watching them all come and go. some of these kids

Audio 57: I was borned in and growed mo. the heartbeat of this mutha. BSCI: Whatís

up in kansas city,

put in work and have been for a few years but

NEVER

get

any better. its bitter sweet for a guy like me.

the scene like there?

i love to see new shit but shit is exactly what it is. basically, if you like freights, we got’em. thats about the only thing

Audio 57: Id

have to say in all honesty, its shit! its

definitely had its ups and downs throughout the past

worth doin out here.

30

years. many hard hitting vets have come from this city or

BSCI: Who

have come through and moved on. ive been here since the

you into writing?

were your major influences and what drove

beginning as a young buck spectator to the days of being called an «old school» writer. much historical work and

Audio 57: Well, i

events have been born here in kansas city. if youve been

last question but ill expand.

in this game for a long time you would know what kind of change

A.T.T. CREW

made on the graffiti world. this

innovative team has definitely left its mile marker in the vandal world and the came from this turf. those dudes were my graff dads. without them id be a whole different

guess some of this is obvious from the

A.T.T. basically raised me in this game. to be more specific, QUISP, EAST, AND KRIE. these were the k.c. ground breakers. they hatched the egg that gave birth to any little shit-head, black book, backpack wearing writer that came up back in the day. other than those fellas, when i was a kid id owe alot of my drive

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COPE2, GIANT, TWIST, FELON, DREAM, & BLESAWR. i think the next generation i was catching onto was LOOMIT, SWET, DARE, BATES, TOAST & DAIM...who could disagree with that one. he changed everything for everyone in those days. i remember thinking ÂŤFUCK THIS GUY! GOD DAMMET!!Âť HEAVY METAL crew from Minnesota really started to impress me too. they were held responsible for making me fall in love with freights. MUCH, KAHN, MBER, SPELL, EWOK & MONK, get the fuck outta here. that gang made me fail in high school. i just couldnt think of anything else but crushing freights. thanks guys. and of corse after some more years and growing up a little more, SEVER, REVOK & SABER took the cake but my absolute favorites at that time were EWOK (in the days of his reas influence), DIEGO & ABUSE. i think still till this very day, that ABUSE was thee most original dude to hit planet earth!!! i love how he came and went too. came hard and left harder. to

in its self was my drive.

BSCI: Where

do you draw your inspiration from?

Audio 57: These

days, a fart in the wind could inspire

my next body of work. on the real, mother nature and catastrophic events really fuel my fire. all in all, there isnt much that doesnt pluck a string with me. seriously, a spiral in my dogs butt hair pattern makes me say hhmmmmm. i just absorb everything that surrounds me and at times its even a curse. one idea after another can drive a man mad at times. sometimes i need to hit the reset button on my life or i just lose it mentally. sweet huh?

BSCI: Are

there any artists outside writing/tagging that

you admire or look up to?

Audio 57: Oh

man. this is seriously a bad question. i have

to honest here. i dont really find much graffiti to blow thats the only way to do it in my eyes. so there you have it.

my mind anymore like it did when i was younger and a

in those days, graffiti dudes inspired my graffiti and that

little more wet behind the ears. it really kinda bums me out.

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i will say, and im sure most would agree..ROIDS took a

motivator.

humungous shit on the way things were cruising along.

travis millard is another bloke doin good on earth. its

dude is on fire and i think its great but already everyone

pretty fun to look at. im pretty sure you can peep him at

is starting to morph into his style of things. its like when

fudgefactory.com. goodies all day. shit, throw a

GESO

after patrick rocha and collect one free mental skeet fest.

took over and everyone became him. thank god

.com

he created something new that is unmistakably his. this is exactly what bums me out about graffiti and im guilty of

BSCI: What

it myself. inspiration can be poisonous at times. graffiti

youĂ­re trying to convey?

is your overall message? Is there something

becomes a consistent hum intel someone comes along to the frequency. new is nice but new only becomes old so i

Audio 57: I

find other influential outlets. fine art is a big one to me.

a meth junky what their overall goal is. my goal

i can only advise others to be involved with art not just

fact, that of a junkies. im just chasing that high. really, i

creating the same’ol letter combo over and over again.

cant explain why i must do what i do, i just fuckin do it

(not to say that isnt art). i think it can only help structure

and dont ask questions. im hard wired. its kinda funny. me

a letter form or even an understanding for a light source

and my boy

and shadowing concepts. people that get me gassed up

frequency adjuster for all graffiti writers. no one knows

COOKS... (which

IS

in-

i must say, would be that

actually

but this dude is a sleeper. silent but deadly. too bad he wont

there are two of them and both are fuckin smoking. its

shake the ground for us all. its seriously sad but dude

a father/ son combo and they seriously give me a hard-

is into bigger and better things.)...were kicking it with

on.....no lie. james jean is another dude that boggles my

POSE

mind. guy does anything and everything and its all a huge

with new and different names to write.

to create is a fella named

PATRICK ROCHA.

dont really have a message. thats like asking

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always changed up our names. first off, we didnt want

i actually did twice and to only make that second time a

to be caught up with a pile of crimes. second, who gives

complete turd.

a shit. we didnt want to be

«famous» we just wanted to be POSE gave us shit for not taking it seriously and said «you guys will never get anywhere in you graffiti careers!!!». we just laughed and said «careers?» you gotta be fucking kidding me! «we are vandals. what career do you plan on having?». well look at him now. he has a career. a can of spray with his graffiti on it and i even used it thinking wow, good for him i guess we all have a different goal in this thing. mine is fun......mission accomplished. creative.

kinda dampened the whole process. sooooooooo.. id say from about

‘97

i started free-styling everything and of

course you win some, you lose some but i felt like i had freedom to do whatever the hell i felt like. that was great. besides it really developed my style in those days.

Audio 57: Hummmmm...thats a good question. honestly, i think thats a question i should be asking you. i dont know.

NYSE- ASH- AM7. you probably (some knew that name well, i guess.) but consider the beans spilt. i found my «style» when i was involved with that name. ever since i just approached a wall or train and started to scratch some lines up. in the end it was always a surprise. i never knew what would come of it. just recently i tried to do a couple little pre

i know im guilty of picking up some influences here and

drawn things on a freight or two but it never gets the

there. i really try not to but thats impossible. im not even

movement i like. it doest show the creative freedom that

sure if i do have anything that makes me stand out over

would normally be pretty apparent in a freestyle.

thats when i wrote didnt know that

BSCI: What writers?

makes your writing different from other

anyone else. sometime when im really in the groove and im blood thirsty for this shit, i knock out a few that im really

BSCI: A

feeling. other times im not really in the mood but still have

block on some creative processes, and need to get their

to quench the thirst and i make some real booboo. i truly

juices flowing.

dont know how to answer that. whats you opinion?

going?

BSCI: How

Audio 57: Man...i

do you develop a piece from start to finish?

lot of times artists can lose their way or get a

What

keeps you hungry, what keeps you

lose my hunger all the time. i have

so many damn hobbies that i stay busy with everyone just

Audio 57: Well, ive never been a big sketch. i tried that crap alot when i

believer in using a

at different times. when im burnt out on one, i move to

was younger only

the next. i actually have this ferris-wheel tattooed on my

to do

knee to represent that. one hobby might be at the opposite

it. i could never get it exact so i felt like everyone i did was

end of my current passion but it always comes around to

wrong. not to mention, it felt like everything i did,

replace the current. i believe in breaks. and that might be

because i thought that was the way i was

«supposed»

because i have no choice. sometimes i wish my flame could

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stay burning for one thing but my desire always bounces

be inventive and make new graff......no, this is it. i would

around. too many things in life inspire me to explore other

say your flippin tagging skills! they are like no other. too

avenues. i truly do feel like too much of one thing gets

many graffers out there that bypass the art of tag. even

boring. if you give something time to evolve while your

the one that has tags cant come with new, hot shit every

back is turned, youll always have something to renew your

time they tag. what are you interviewing for?) well, there

love for it when you turn back around. in a nut shell, i

you have it. now how could i just go and tell you that shit

need breaks. i think trying to play catch-up is motivation

with my mouth. thats my dog. this dude has come a long

in its self.

way in his «graffiti career» since ive met him. a real freight killer! thanks trede.

BSCI: Do

you do research on particular styles before

getting to work, or do you just go with the flow?

BSCI: What

Audio 57: I

Audio 57: Ha!

wouldnt say research. its kinda like when

do you think is your greatest weakness? figures. ill leave trede out of this one. i

youre a kid and you watch a kung-fu flick in the theater,

guess if i had to come up with something, id say maybe my

all you want to do is kick some serious ass. i kinda do the

drive to write one handle. alot of people dont get that

same thing i think with graffiti. i tend to check out some

with me. it comes up alot but i find it fun to connect the

freight in some old mags of mine to give me wood. then

dots with people that dont know me completely. dont get

i bust nuts. ha ha.

me wrong, fame is cool and fun but its very damaging to ones personality.

BSCI: What

do you think is your greatest strength? im a straight up dick as it is. very forward. owning a

Audio 57: Shit man! youre really gonna «text» my boy TREDE and shit! this is funny. he says.»thats a

bringing the heaters. im

business makes you that way. im a cut to the chase kind of

see what he says.

dude now because of it. im sure youve probably experienced

:D

oh

tough one. i would say

someone go sour due to the graffiti ego.

that your greatest strength as a person is your comedic personality. as a worker, youre business smart. your ability

thats the biggest bummer of it all. my personality doesnt

to run a business well.» aww.

need that. id feed off it. maybe my worst strength is hating everything that goes with graffiti. assholes, that

thats my dog. ill tell him you mean graffiti stuff. try

#2. trede for the final answer...ok. this is it word for word. «ahhhh, lol. thats funny. ahhh lets see, thats even tougher... probably your pure artistic talent. no matter what you do artistically, its gonna be great! but boring graff! (smily face inserted.) besides your can control, your ability to

«gangsta»

wannabee approach to everything, crossing

each other out because of jealousy somewhere down the line, no respect, having to prove something to look cool or tough, taking pictures and posting them on your flickr account that consist of a collage of weed, guns, money stacks, expensive designer crap, mops and naked

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many rap videos in ones life),

chrome everything! gold and engraved handles, gold

the unspoken marketing that goes into graffiti these days.

gas tank. gold driveshaft, gold and chrome hydraulic

hating all that shit is my strongest weakness!

setup, im talking

to prove something

YA FACE!!...or

(too

BAM!! IN

is it?

CHROME.

EVERYTHING METEL= GOLD AND

ill post a pic on my flickr when its close.

as for art shows and crap, theyre a dime a dozen. im

BSCI: Do you have any advice for other writers or artists that are struggling to find their own style?

kinda tired of that shit too. same ol’thing. its always one giant circle jerk. other artists stroking each others egos while all the dirty little hipsters come to get popular and

Audio 57: I would say own, just stop looking

if there is a struggle finding your

socialize around the free beer keg and nibble snacks like

at graffiti. chances are youre just

they know something. i guess my biggest up and coming

QUITTING! art makes me bitter. its really a true

biting someone elses shit because your inspecting it way

event is me

to much. i bit the fuck out of

test to see if you do it for self or for someone else. in the

QUISP, EAST

when i was a kid because i feasted on their

SCRYBE skills. one day and

end, im a selfer.

.......is

that sad?

i went through all my sketchbooks that had their shit in it and locked them up. every magazine that had stuff of

BSCI: Thanks for taking the time to answer some questions.

theirs in it, i put stickers over it. i vowed to never look at that shit again!! then, i started some beef with them so my

Audio 57:

only drive would to be better than my teachers. it worked.

was my favorite one yet. seriously. so many people make

with a little time and some withdrawal, i started to develop

an interview set up for a reply they wanna hear. i had

my own workings. it was the best thing ever. i think i even

some real freedom here to kinda bullshit around with you.

grew my first mustache after that.

i guess thats the difference with high brow art gallery

hey, thank you. its been fun. id have to say, this

interviews to low brow. were

BSCI: What the works? Audio 57:

sort of upcoming projects do you have in

ummm. upcoming? ive been working on an

el camino lowrider for a few years now. thats my

(unfortunately) low brow in

their eyes. they dont know shit! peace out.

82 HUGE

project and will hopefully be done one year from this very date. i just dropped an ls1 corvette motor in it. this thing is fucking crazy! im talking painted belly, gold and

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Rage 5 interview by

I

spoke to

yoni levin

Rage5

on a rainy night while he was taking a

break from his art…

Rage5: That’s

why when

and over again

I

use the same poster image over

I try and use a different technique to paste

it up...

Rage5: So yeah, no art today yet...the rain just stopped though, so I will try and head out with some posters a

BS: Different

kinds of paste?

little later

BS: Oh

really?

Rage5: More some posters I

Late

Rage5: Sometimes I drip times I use a stencil with from the mouth.

night wheat pasting?

like early evening

I

think...but yeah

I

white paint at the bottom...other color paint to make shapes spew

have

want to use before the snow falls...

I tend to use the same kind of paste...the cheapest the better for me

BS: I’m

sure it’s harder to get it to stick in the winter

Rage5:

yeah it’s the worst.

BS: Wallpaper I

paste?

try and paint freights in the

Rage5: Yeah exactly...just the powder that I mix with water

winter instead

BS: You seem to have a hand in many styles, how did you get so diverse?

different street art

Here’s

an example of the drips

BS: That’s Rage5: I guess I rock a bunch of different street art styles/mediums because I get bored of my artwork so quick. I get really bored if I paint the same thing twice or use the same technique too often...

(photo1)

great, do you use images of friends for this?

Rage5: Yeah the main one that I use is a buddy of mine. He is an actor in the independent film scene

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BS: So

in that picture you pasted up the picture and then

did the outline in white?

Rage5: The

I

image is printed on white paper so when

it out by hand

I

leave a white outline and then

I

cut

Here’s an (photo3) BS: I

2

example of my marker drawings on trains

see these skulls in your work a lot.

carry

white house paint in a squeeze bottle and apply it once the

Rage5: The

skulls are just fun to draw...they are mostly

poster is up.

done with just one continuous line, which is super playful to execute.

BS: I see, did you study art, or did this just become a hobby that ran wild? Rage5:

here’s an example of the color shapes

sometimes

I

add

I’m not a super dark and eerie dude who thinks of death all the time...i just think a floating skeleton head is funny... hahaha

(photo2) BS:

Rage5: Art stared as a hobby as a kid after high school I had no idea what I wanted to do so I studied visual arts and literally tried every medium... That’s where I was taught by some friends I made that what I have been drawing in sketch books and scrawling on walls was actually graffiti...before then I had no idea what a throw up was...I just knew that I liked writing my name in bubble letters...I had no idea there was a name

yeah, it makes it faster to write also

Rage5:

yeah that too

BS:

yeah, it doesn’t seem eerie, it looks like it’s playful

I’m

in texas, so we have a lot of that «dia de los muertos»

style down here

Rage5: Yeah I

for it

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BS: So

would you say your boredom stems from the

actual pictures you draw, mediums, or both?

How

do you

keep it fresh?

Rage5: I

always make sure

I

challenge myself...I try to

never paint or paste anything where it will turn out or if

I

I

know exactly how

am capable of doing it.

I

feel it

shows in an artist’s work when they get lazy and stop

Shit always looks fresh when you sweat your balls off doing it. That’s not meant to be a gross metaphor by the way...hahaha I think doing something you have never done before is

elaborate pieces...because

I haven’t done too much of that in the past so I feels a little less familiar. Although I recently started doing these (photo 4) Rage5: That

definitely makes me feel good...because it

looks way more suspicious than just pasting a poster... when you pull out a can and start spraying people automatically think

«illegal

graffiti»

challenging themselves.

more important than doing something that no one else

Whereas

just pasting a poster many people think it’s

advertising...which is why

BS: So

I

usually do it during the day

you just throw up posters during the day?

has ever done before...you know?

Rage5: Yeah BS: Totally, I get it. So do you prefer the big pieces because they are a lot of work, or is it better to do a throwie in a spot you might get pinched? Rage5: hmmm good fucking question... I think either one of those situations has off?» element to it...

a «can

I

pull this

I do them at night Like why is he doing this under the cover of the night? Many of us go out during the day dressed like city workers to put up big pieces. I used to do that with my buddy VESK Like

with these

BS: Do I

guess lately though

I

have been getting off on big

especially the big ones...if

it looks more illegal.

(photo 5)

or these

(photo 6)

you have a bunch of people you go out with? Is

there a good community in your area?

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Rage5: There are more and more wheat pasters in the area...whereas I used to only go alone and I was known as the «ART FAG» hahaha BS: Well, trend.

everyone gets criticized when they start the

Rage5: I started going out with some people that I met at UNDER PRESSURE...they started the «wheat pasting club» ...we try to go out once a week and drink Whiskey and put up posters. It’s a blast, here’s what we did recently (photo 7)

moving towards canvas/legal art?

Rage5: I have had a long lasting obsession with drawing & painting hands...so I wanted to change things up I guess. It has taken ten years for me to have my own solo art exhibit. It was an amazing experience but it’s so expensive and time consuming... BS: Hopefully Rage5: It

you made some money in the process

costs a lot to paint and draw on clean wood

and to mount them properly...

Well

you only make money if you sell them...and all my

BS: So tell me about all the eyes in your work. Was that a phase or are you just getting warmed up? I also like the glasses at the art show, nice touch.

friends who attend the exhibit are broke ass starving

Rage5:

BS: That’s

hahaha thanks

I

amazing

how long before you were in a gallery?

Do

just so much cheaper for me to create work

in the streets a giant poster costs me less than

BS:

really a great part of art, is all the bartering

Rage5: It’s

I just started with the eyes...I am Loving that... It’s my new thing; let me think about why I do em... you like

...so

ended up trading tons of pieces with them which is also

$1

some letters

$3

to print and

of glue on each one and if

I

I

I

want to paint

usually fill them in with a roller and latex

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paint that

I

find in the garbage...so

I

only end up using a

with the eyeball in the forehead...

few cans of spray on each piece...it’s way more immediate.

I got super lucky with my exhibit at the Emporium gallery...

I want to put her in the streets more and maybe structures around her... (photo 8)

build weird

those guys helped me install all the work and they had free

Rage5: I

beer and snacks at the opening

pasted her on the wall behind the weird wood

structure too the right

BS: Awesome, free Rage5:

(photo 9)

drinks and art is where it’s at

BS: I saw those shots through the wood What’s going on with the lightning?

hell yes!

BS: So eyes and wheatpastes are in the future, anything else to look out for?

Rage5: hahaha...I shocks...

Rage5: I started making installation pieces when I had the «PURGATORY OR SOME PLACE LIKE IT» exhibit at Emporium gallery. It was so amazing...and I Love building film sets for my friends who make films...so I plan to build

Like

dunno...I saw it more like electric

mind reading power that can electrocute a mother

fucker...hahaha

BS: Word, powerful

third eye

some weird things in the streets and in galleries in the future.

I

want to create characters and narratives in my work...

graffiti has so much potential for story telling but many writers don’t use it. with the character

I I

feel

I

started something interesting

created in the

PURGATORY

series

Rage5: haha yeah I think the eyeballs in this series represent the metaphorical goggles that I had to put on too see through the misconceptions I had about the commercial art world... if that makes any sense. Hence the glasses in all the other photos

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BS: Totally, art

9

from other writers

is driven by a lot of bs

Rage5:

fuck yeah

Writers can sometimes be the most closed which I find completely contradictory

BS: So

your message is almost challenge yourself and

BS: Art

minded artists

school is half criticism...

fuck the critics

Rage5: True Rage5: Yup

that sums it up real nice.

No

one knows

that.

We

are supposed to be doing what we

want where we want despite what anyone else thinks «art» is

exactly what went in to the work as much as you...so as long as you know you challenged yourself and the work

BS: Especially

please you...fuck anyone who says otherwise

that when you see the right art in the right place just feels

in street art, there is this intangible spot,

good, it’s like a warm cup of soup, just perfect

BS: I

think

you

see

that

a

lot

in

subcultures, like

Rage5: hahaha yeah! How can anyone say graffiti or art...

skateboarding or other trick sports, art...etc

Rage5: Yeah I totally agree... Like for instance, I wheat pasted

that is wrong...or that it’s not

a poster to a freight and

some writers thought that was fucking absurd...like only spray paint should be used on a freight... (photo

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BS: So now that we have established you don’t do a lot of symbolism, it sounds like there are some stories that will be coming out of some of your work

BS: Yeah, it’s weird how even counter culture has it’s own Rage5: Yeah I

so called rules

Rage5: It’s

funny because graffiti writers are supposed to

be the most free thinking artists… but

I

am working on some stuff...

Just gotta find the right way to make it work in the streets

get the most flack

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Let’s

just say

I

have all winter to think about it...

do something creative

(as

long as it’s not going to hurt

anyone)...you have the power to do it yourself right away.

BS: So

what are you messages to the public, other writers,

and to all the haters?

To

other writers

I

would say thank you for inspiring me

and keep on rocking...

Rage5:

hmmm....I guess to the public

I

would say whether

you are an artist or not...don’t wait for permission to

And

to haters

I

say

DRIVE HOME SAFE...

haha...Hope that makes sense.

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