01-03 June 07, Wiesbaden (Germany)
Wiesbaden, the home of the Meeting, joins a long tradition of Graffiti-Events since 1997. But eventhough the local coalition is close to stop the projects…
All you politicians, graffiti-lovers and haters out there: Check out the art and relax your mind!
The german MOS turned out to be a huge success. The main wall had been done in the spirit of intercultural exchange. But still the local coalition tries to stop the event by cutting the city-support.
The walls are generally available for painting all year long. Beside of the Brückenkopf there are more legal walls in Wiesbaden. So the city is always worth a visit.
|DJs were spinning records over the weekend while saturday afternoon the Breakers of Dangerous Mainz rocked the floor. More than 30 artists from all over Europe to Puerto Rico created a tremendous piece of art more than 500qm large.|
Walls….Bandits (Dresden), 3Steps (Wetzlar), Hombre (Mannheim), S8Yard, Dazend ´n´ Confused, Ill Colors, bFree (Rhine-Main), Fight Klub, Tizer (Switzerland), EAD, Caktus, Maria (Italy),
Dr.Chess 87 & Dres (Netherlands), Persu, Skey, Yoda, Mask (France), Till Death (Greece), Pon & Dais, Skank & Spider (England), Jor & Gaz (Ireland), Loras, Kolektyf (Poland), Ler, Urban Soldierz (Spain), Crime Or Art (Puerto Rico)
|On The Floor… Dangerous Mainz & Streetworker … On Stage… Raps: Rasputin & Mortis (Bielefeld), Eloquent & RMU-Crew, WBN-Squad (Wiesbaden)|
|Dreimaleins, Report und Sonik, PfunkTownsFinest feat. Chefsessel-Productions (Pfunkstadt), Hilltown Sessions (Hildesheim). Roots, Reggae On Decks… Two Generation, Ganja Bonanza, Irie Vibe Soundsystem|
You can find the Brückenkopf-spot easily from the highway A66 direction Wiesbaden, Rüdesheim. Exit Mainz-Kastel, then follow direction Mainz. Stay straight when you enter the first traffic-circle. Afterwards you go up the street to the next traffic-circle and you see the river and the bridge. Now you got to find some space to park your car.
By train you can find the station Mainz-Kastel easily on the S9 and S1-line. Once you are at the station you can see the underpass-complex. Coming from Wiesbaden by bus, you can find the station Brückenkopf, Theodor-Heuss-Brücke on busline 6 and from Mainz on lines 9, 54, 55, 56, 68.