Our friends at the Hell For Leather Magazine website have been busy. They are organizing a motorcycle art display in New York called Stop/Action. It's quite a novel idea, and it's not even the internet, since it's a real exhibition, ie, you need to be there physically.
At 26 Broadway, Brooklyn, New York , you'll find an art gallery called 26x3. That is were from October the 2nd until October the 11th, you'll find this unique motorcycle exhibition.
11 Aprilia RSV1000R and 1 Aprilia RSV4 motorcycles are strategically placed so that they look like a film strip, each panel shows the motorcycle going a bit further. The motorcycles are suspended in the air. It's like the Matrix movie.....
"The experience of riding a fast motorcycle to the limits of its and your ability defines the soul of a biker. We hope to convey that in a visual, three-dimensional way, allowing the audience to interact with and examine its meaning, motivation and ramification," says Sam Strauss-Malcolm who, along with Tyler Poniatowski, is one of two artists behind the installation.
The art exhibit is sponsored by Aprilia, Alpinestars, Leo Vince and Everard Findlay.
So if you're in New York on those days, pop in and have a look at this unique exhibit.