The Deepest Depths of the Burrow

2015, Art and Artists  -  105 min Leave a Comment
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The Deepest Depths of the Burrow is a film all about the lifestyle and subculture that is associated with urban art. We are introduced to Nychos, a famous Austrian urban art and graffiti artist who became known for his street concept RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT (REM) over 10 years ago. This documentary was filmed over the course of two years and sees filmmaker Christian Fischer record these journeys in order to create a full-length movie.

Without any filter, this film manages to capture the experiences of Nychos and other members of RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT over the last couple of years as they attempt to break out of the Austrian scene. We see them fly from Berlin to San Francisco to Copenhagen to Hawaii and many more places to visit artists who all provide a unique view into their culture of street art.

We are lead through the streets of their home cities and presented with the deepest depths of their burrows. “Travel to paint, paint to travel” is their motto, and it runs like a golden thread throughout the entire movie. Words, which catch the spirit of RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT.

Directed by: Christian Fischer