Australian hip-hop act The Bumblebeez have announced that they will be showcasing their artwork in a visual show at Goodhood in Hoxton, London, from today.
The Bumblebeez garnered much attention in 2004 after winning a television competition and later performing with Radiohead in Melbourne and Sydney.
Founding member Chris Colonna always intended The Bumblebeez to be a two-headed project, with this art show indicative of his plans to continue working as a visual artist within the framework of the band.
Colonna studied at the Pratt Institute in New York. A previous installation of his involved walking into a darkened room with soft music playing, only to be pummelled by a tennis ball machine and gabba.
The art show precedes The Bumblebeez debut album release, ‘Prince Umberto & The Sister Of Ill’, due out later this year.