Brain Foetus Tasmania
Brain Foetus is a self-taught artist currently living and working in Regional Tasmania.
She views street art from a fine art perspective, Hand painting with Indian Ink the paste-ups that she gifts to the streets. For her, the beauty of street art lies in its ability to intersect someone’s day in a really powerful way. It breathes new life and meaning into spaces that have been condemned to decay. Her characters, all interconnected, run parallel to the reality that she lives, and serve as her imaginary friends: discussing her sense of place, scale, and home.
Inspired by Brooklyn based street artist Swoon, and Australia’s own Miso and Ghostpatrol, She has been pasting for just under a year, and intends to do so for many more to come.
- Install and open the Junaio app
- - Junaio is a free app that you can download from either Google Play (android) or App Store (IOS)
- Scan the QR code which is located on the sign and unique to each location
- - Open the Junaio app and point your mobile device at the QR code to the right on the sign
- - Tap the Scan button on the top right hand corner of your mobile device
- - You will see a message that reads 'Scanning for AR content', followed by the name of the location's artist in the top left hand of the screen when it is successfully scanned
- Find the image in Step 3 on the sign - this is where the hidden artwork is located on the building.
- - Point your mobile device at this location and the hidden artwork should appear in the viewfinder
How to use your mobile device to discover the other locations and get more info on the artwork
Point your mobile device at the Off the Wall logo on the left of the sign. You should see the word 'Map' appear. Tap the Map button on your mobile device screen to view more information on the artist and their artwork, and discover the next and previous locations on the Street Art Trail.
Please note that this installation is highly dependent on available light.
The artwork may not appear, cut in and out, or “wobble” due to excessive glare or insufficient light at the time of viewing.
If this should happen, we suggest returning at another time to view the artwork.