is a German-Mexican street art collective consisting of street artists and filmmakers. Born from the wish to spread intercultural art the collective has successfully organized project trips, exhibitions, and has contributed to numerous street art festivals. (Mexico, Germany, USA, Switzerland, Sweden, and Spain).
These art projects look critically at our society and questions it. The observer is called upon to actively consider issues and injustices, thus preventing him from becoming a mere consumer.

In 2012, I travelled to the state of Oaxaca in the south of Mexico to live and work with Yeska and the ASARO collective. In order to make his work accessible to a broad public, we shot a documentary, which we then showed on a three-month exhibition tour in Germany, Switzerland and Sweden.

To watch the full documentary, click here.

To learn more about the work of the collective, read this essay (in German).