Stencils, stickers, and graffiti dominate the urban landscape of whichever city deigns to call itself a metropolis. The street artists have as a goal to go wherever the spectator lives; bus stops, concrete walls, or simply the subway window, which so many treat like canvas for their work.
The collective E3 has moved away from the illegality intrinsic to "urban art," reclaiming its transgressive attitude and its city-bred aesthetic to bring it to the galleries where they congregate, relating this creative dimension with other forms of expression like video art and music programming. To formally inaugurate the gallery Yautepec, this group of artists composed of Adrian Brizuela, Alexis Siller, Uili Damage, "Kraken" (Anaís and Ricardo), Ramiro "Ouslander", René Zemog and three invited artists – "Vena2", "Aiwey", and the Colombian "Visual Gore" – will take over the house, each room commanded by an individual artist. As a whole, the space will be converted into a complete visual and sound installation, an interesting proposition that reflects art's constant quest to explore the organic expressions of our greatest cities' denizens.
-- Juan Meneses, Chilango Magazine