Albert Reyes is a grafitti artist from Los Angeles and he produces spit art. After a previous concentration, the figures measure 3 meters long. Albert gambols around the pavement with his face inches from the ground, dribbling a line of water between gulps from a bottle till he creates what's in his mind. It suddenly turns into a kind of ephemeral art that will be evaporated when the floor dries, â€œFive, ten, fifteen minutesâ€ depending on the temperature of the pavement.
Different from the grafitti, there is no record of his mark on the floor. So, he records his performances and then he exhibits them on his website.
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