I am aware that being a twin is, for want of a better term, strange. Whether dreaming the same dream, humming the same obscure song neither of us has heard in years, or merely talking in unison, our minds seem to be running on the same mechanism. Even we find these coincidences—are they coincidences?—a little paranormal.
Graffiti becomes high art when it comes to OSGEMEOS, a tag-team of innovative, internationally-acclaimed artists and identical twins, Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo. Their latest mural, covering the Ocean Concrete silos at Granville Island in Vancouver, is also their largest to date.
Following an earlier visit to Vancouver, eight of Brazil’s acclaimed artists pay tribute to Vancouver in a series of multi-faceted works that fill the 9,000-square-foot Vancouver Biennale International Pavilion.