Last year Jo Peel made an epic street art animation film titled ‘Things Change’. She described the piece as “an optimistic look at the idea of human impermanence.” It playfully explored our dynamic relationship with the natural world.
Jo Peel spent three weeks painting a big wall at Village Underground, Shoreditch, to create the 3 minute animation. She incorporated physical objects such as plastic bags, boxes and rocks to the adjacent pavement to add another dimension and build an immersive element into the piece.
In the fascinating film the buildings and debris of human exploitation of our natural environment decay and give way to the force of nature once again. The film was screened in a little one-seater cinema at Jo’s solo show ‘In The Mean Time’. We’re super excited to announce that we now have have her accompanying limited edition print available to buy! ‘Things Change’ is a beautiful signed giclee from a limited edition of just 40.