making waves


smile babies, smile
May 25, 2009, 22:07
Filed under: cinematic art, film

“Buck up- never say die. We’ ll get along!”

Charlie Chaplin smiles at modern times.



do your dance anyhow
May 23, 2009, 14:42
Filed under: dance

What an amazing composition and what an amazing skirt.



this summer the roses are blue
May 19, 2009, 18:02
Filed under: art & culture, painting

I believe in the “Manifesto of Surrealism”.

Written in 1924 by Andre Breton, it is an homage to human essense and can be downloaded from here.

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 “Beloved imagination, what I most like in you is your unsparing quality.”

© Andre Breton(text), Man Ray(artwork)



100 meters of existence
May 17, 2009, 15:58
Filed under: photography

This new project of Simon Hoegsberg is a 100-meters-long photograph that depicts life as it is today, life as it will always be; a unique moving idea for us -the living, for the others -the sailors.

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© Simon Hoegsberg



animalistic
May 14, 2009, 23:14
Filed under: dance

His name is Hofesh Shechter, he is from Israel and his contemporary choreographies feel like raw but slender awakenings.

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“Uprising”, one of the most acclaimed works of his (2006), can be partly viewed here, at this online contemporary dance magazine named Article19.

© Hofesh Shechter, Article19



People can fly
May 10, 2009, 16:11
Filed under: photography

Cass Bird, NY based photographer, is a true inspiration. Her photographs, like if they are unzipping the diaries of my mind, remind me of bedtime stories, midnight summer dreams, loving hugs, smooth rythms, dawn dancing, invisible fresh air, talking whispers & lots of touching.

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All full of freedom.

© Cass Bird 2009



the open movement
May 9, 2009, 12:29
Filed under: art & culture, TED

Charles Leadbeater, author of “We Think“, talks about mass innovation and mass creativity in a world that will eventually shape “The Open Movement” to progress.

“More people than ever can participate in culture, contributing their ideas, views, information.The web allows them not just to publish but to share and connect, to collaborate and when the conditions are right, to create, together, at scale. That is why the web is a platform for mass creativity and innovation.”

Video from TED.COM
© Charles Leadbeater, TED.com