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 "Bicycle Drawing" was first presented to the public at The Kitchen Summer Street Fair, in 2002, resulting in art showings at cafes in Brooklyn, and performances at school and outdoor events.  In 2005, artist Aaron Young performed at the Kitchen Street Fair, employing sport motorcycle riders to "drift" in street, leaving tire markings on pavement.  A second performance was created at The Armory, in 2007, in which riders peeled up a prepared painted surface with tires.  This event was covered by the New York Times.  In 2009 and '10, BMW presented the ad below on animated billboards around the world.      
       
     
       
     
       
     
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Adam Matta--Bicycle Drawing
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Bicycle Drawing

Print from a Bicycle Drawing performance, 2002

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At Here Arts Center, 08/2008
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Bike NY (2014)

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Performance/workshop at BEAMCamp, New Hampshire
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  Performance/workshop at BEAMCamp, Brooklyn, NY, 2012       www.beamcamp.org
       
     

Performance/workshop at BEAMCamp, Brooklyn, NY, 2012

 

www.beamcamp.org

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 "Bicycle Drawing" was first presented to the public at The Kitchen Summer Street Fair, in 2002, resulting in art showings at cafes in Brooklyn, and performances at school and outdoor events.  In 2005, artist Aaron Young performed at the Kitchen Street Fair, employing sport motorcycle riders to "drift" in street, leaving tire markings on pavement.  A second performance was created at The Armory, in 2007, in which riders peeled up a prepared painted surface with tires.  This event was covered by the New York Times.  In 2009 and '10, BMW presented the ad below on animated billboards around the world.      
       
     

"Bicycle Drawing" was first presented to the public at The Kitchen Summer Street Fair, in 2002, resulting in art showings at cafes in Brooklyn, and performances at school and outdoor events.

In 2005, artist Aaron Young performed at the Kitchen Street Fair, employing sport motorcycle riders to "drift" in street, leaving tire markings on pavement.  A second performance was created at The Armory, in 2007, in which riders peeled up a prepared painted surface with tires.  This event was covered by the New York Times.

In 2009 and '10, BMW presented the ad below on animated billboards around the world.

 

 

       
     
Happening Aaron Young
       
     
The new BMW Z4: Explore an expression of joy