Tuesday, 19 May 2009

J. Wesley Brown

arggggggg ......... you see aliiiiiiiaaaaaaa? THIS IS how it is supposed to look like! hahahahahaha oh well... I had lots of fun playing anyway hehehe .... oh we are sooo cute...

Charlie Le Mindu

and his magic scissors

Monday, 11 May 2009

Corinne Mercadier

find him so sad... but i suspect is only me actually... what do you think?

More research on the atmosphere. Blurriness, ghostiness, solitude, dreamy. The depth, the colours and the unfocus pinhole like aesthetic is somewhat between creepy and  beautiful, scary and quiet. 

Violence is not always loud, is not always punishment, is not always physical . There is the other side, this other kind inflicted through indifference, where there is no compassion, neglect. It is very blurry to me, very quiet. 
This is the kind of violence i'm interested in,  the relationship of the victim and the tyrant in this context. 

Karl Lagenfeld

not the fashion but the man... he is a cynical fuck.... i love him

"This little fattie went to walmart.
This little fattie stayed at home.
This little fattie had potato chips,
This little fattie had none.
And this little fattie went "Snort! Snort! Snort!" all the way home.

Saturday, 9 May 2009

kenichi okada

See here the video of his Delay Mirror

grauated from lcc... then RCI.... and well... hmmm ... a geek

we saw his work, remember moon? at Revital's graduating exhibition..

I was looking into tricks with mirrors, trying to find the way to make once disappear, thinking how expensive are mirrors and thus making it pretty difficult to even simply experiment with them, brake them, cut them, paint on them, and still can't even imagine how to fake that moment of invisibility, can i fake it another way?  

This project does not help me solve that problem but, I found this piece of work very interesting, and this game of illusory reflection reminds me of that duality (victim and tyrant) have we become the self and the other? is this the way out to hell is other people? becoming our own response to our own existence?  

Monday, 4 May 2009