Monday, 26 May 2014

Broken Cinna Monday - Inspiring art

Karen Sargsyan, Nine Muses, 2014

The pure essence of human being can be found by looking at life as a theater play.
Capturing active moments with characters that are literally and figuratively layered.

Arek Laskowski, Arm, 2013

Arek Laskowski, Arm; video registration, 2013

 The installation must have the freedom to intuitively do whatever it wants to do,
release all its energy within it. As soon as the engine is started,
the extreme will occur undeniably in the present. It merges with the audience and the room and leaves marks of energies past, now gone. Performance that develops into a ‘in your face’ theatre
that should play with movement and co-incidence.

The human fear of machines and the way this feeling is conquered, is used as the fuel to drive on an esthetic that surpasses old border. By crossing this boundary, one breaks a set boundary that, means freedom.

 Arek Laskowski

Kristine Moran, Woman crossing river, 2012
Oil on canvan, 1.98 x 1.52 cm

Kristine Moran, Woman standing in Greenhouse (The bride's last encounter with her lovers), 2012
Oil on canvas, 1.22 x 2.13 cm

Kristine Moran

DJ Snake & Lil Jon, Turn Down for What, 2013 Columbia Records

Director: Daniels | Producer: Judy Craig | Co Producer: Jonathan Wang
Executive Producer: Candice Ouaknine | Commissioner: Bryan Younce
DP: Larkin Seiple | Production Designer: Jason Kisvarday
Stylist: Corban Poorboy | Edit: Daniels and Paul Rogers | VFX: Daniels and Zak Stoltz
Colorist: Ricky Gausis (MPC) | Production Company: Prettybird
Starring: Sunita Mani, Aixa Maldonano, Paul Hatter, Allie Lemelle and Daniel Kwan

DJ Snake & Lil Jon

Robert C. Wiles, Evelyn McHale, 1st May 1947

A broken body rests
atop a crumpled limousine
underneith the Empire State Building


1 comment:

  1. Dance battle between Monfils and Lokoli @ Roland Garros