Street artist Pejac new installation, Downside Up, London 2016

Street artist Pejac new installation, Downside Up, coincides with his first ever major exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space, in London from 22nd to 31st July 2016, titled ‘Law Of The Weakest’. 

In almost any city you visit around the world, at some point you’ll see somebody’s shoes tossed over a power line, a lamp-post, or some other difficult-to-reach spot. There are many reported reasons why shoes are left dangled, in the 90’s it was a sign of drug dealing spots or some say bullying or an act of drinking fun. Pejac’s new installation represents none of the above his simple intention was that of igniting imagination in those who walk passed.

Downside Up is currently on three locations in Shoreditch, (Redchurch Street, Shacklewell Street and Granby Street),
 Check back at a later date for our interview with Pejac…



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