Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Kumi Yamashita

Clouds, 2005
Stellar Place Sapporo JR Tower, Hokkaido Japan
The thin metal object on the wall, lit from above, casts the silhouette of a couple.

Fragments, 2009
New Mexico History Museum, Santa Fe
40 objects on the wall cast profiles of residents in New Mexico when lit.

Exclamation Point, 2003
The exclamation point casts a silhouette of a question mark.

Artist's Website , but found in here  

Monday, 22 March 2010

Sunday, 21 March 2010

Billy Childish

ive been bad for years and years
ive been bad
told i was bad
bad bad
bad at loving
bad at being good
bad at sex
bad at caring
bad at spelling
bad at my mother
bad at my father
a bad boy
a bad brother
bad at riting
bad at stories
bad at art
a bad friend
spoken to badly
badly loved
handled bad
ive been bad for years and years

If you are around London, make a little visit to his exhibition at the ICA, so you can read a little of his poetry, see some of his paintings, posters and little publications, listen some of his music. I discovered him by accident, and bought one of is poetry book (hand stamped cover
with no author, no ISBN and no barcode), which I red in one sit. 

All images are taken from his website, don't forget to give a read to his manifesto. Luckily  spotify is got a really long list of his music, I did a little selection of the ones I so far liked the most, click here to listen. 

Saturday, 20 March 2010

Amalia Chimera


Image taken from her Flicker...

Friday, 19 March 2010

The Anarchy of Silence - JOHN CAGE

John Cage (1912-1992) defined a radical practice of "experimental" composition that not only changed the course of modern music and dance but defined a new conceptual horizon for artistic practice in the late-20th century. Illuminating the relevance of Cage's contribution to contemporary art, Henie Onstad Art Centre presents the most extensive exhibition to be devoted to the artist since his death, and the first to focus on the historicization of the composer's oeuvre and its impact. 

Extract from the review of an exhibition at :

Henie Onstad Art Centre

The Anarchy of Silence - John Cage
25 February – 30 May 2010 

To read the whole review visit the e-flux blog here

There I also found some useful information on where to find out more about him. 
Cage on CD: A comprehensive CD and book entitled John Cage in Norway, documents Cage's visit to Norway in 1983, when he spent a week at The Henie Onstad Art Centre and a group of Norwegian musicians including Christian Eggen, Magne Hegdal, Kjell Samkopf and Rob Waring performed his works. John Cage in Norway comprises a 64-page booklet of new articles about Cage, a transcription of a conversation that Cage held at the State Academy of Art, a newly written article written by musicians who worked with him here in Norway and a number of hitherto unpublished pictures.

Thursday, 18 March 2010


yep, he is incredible....

all images from his website, but I first found him on the Holy Ghost blog, which seams to always have amazing stuff.... 

Wednesday, 17 March 2010

'Silver Soul' Beach House

Beach House "Silver Soul" from Sub Pop Records on Vimeo.

pretty garbage

Actually, I hate this images, I hate 'campaigns', they disgust me. I hate the thought of 'designing' posters or flyers or stuff that is meant to be thrown away after purchase, it's like designing pretty garbage.

Hold Your Horses

70 Million by Hold Your Horses ! from L'Ogre on Vimeo.

... hahaha

Friday, 12 March 2010

lina scheynius

From twin peaks

Tuesday, 9 March 2010

Nam June Paik

next time, I wanna be korean....

this guy is the daddy of video art. fact.

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Yoshi Sodeoka

I absolutely fucking love this... I want to print!!!!!

this prints are just gorgeous,  got them from his website , where he also has amaaaaaazing videos... 

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

not lovely at all

A Short Story about Love. Krzysztof Kieślowski (1988)

-I think that ... I have hurt him 
-don't visit him, he will be back 
-what happened?
-you'll probably find it funny
 He fell in love with you


Monday, 1 March 2010