1. http://www.rogersmithlife.com

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  2. Bassnectar rocked San Diego on May 2nd 2009. It was great to be part of such a great event.

    The footage was shot with a Flip HD Mino Camera on a mono pod.

    Stay Classy San Diego!!!
    May 2, 2009 · San Diego · California
    De Anza Cove in Mission Bay Park.

    Matisyahu, Mason Jennings and Bassnectar all on one stage in downtown San Diego all to help raise money for a great cause. The goal of this event is to expose the issue of youth homelessness in San Diego and raise $500,000 to build a shelter. We've partnered with our friends at San Diego Youth Services to help make it happen.

    Brought to you by Panman Productions and Roll Call Entertainment.


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  3. Kevin is a complicated person. He works mostly overnights and he paints during twilight(s). If you have ever been to Staler Center there is sort of a Kubrikesque feeling to it --these long hallways and elevators. On that particular day it was amplified since the entire building seemed empty. When Kevin went into the bathroom to take a piss the wireless mic started to pick up a radio transmission. I felt like getting out of there but somehow that feeling also makes you want to stay (from a film making perspective). We floated about for a bit until consensus reality faded away and we were no longer sure if it was a film a dream or a poem. Then we went to Port Jefferson and got drunk. We drank to wash away the haunting, but it wouldnt subside. I caught Kevin mesmerized by Perenuzzis new work- some kind of African doll. How long was the spell going to last?

    To see the rest of the series follow these links:

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  4. Born in French-occupied Algeria in the early fifties, Cat represents a cross-cultural point of view regarding beauty and femininity. As an artist, her work emphasizes concealment as the true representation of dignity. Feminine beauty is not within the realm of the obvious. How a woman conceals herself is the most alluring aspect of her nature, the most subtle nuance by which to express her beauty. Cat believes that feminine dignity is something erotically imagined. In her words: “Traditional conservatism or orthodox values are mostly worn with dignity and do not impede the freedom of an erotic imagination or feeling. Women behind the chador are as attractive as women in other cultures. Their veil expressing adherence surrounds them with an additional mystical charisma.” The Middle East, including North Africa offers a distinct conceptual difference of feminine beauty from the way beauty is expressed through outward manifestations in the West.

    While East Asian women express another point of view, depending on the specific culture, the adherence to privacy and respect is equal in many ways to women in the Middle East. The Korean-born artist Grace Rim is interested in the meditation process of wish fulfillment. This is expressed through drawing circles within a linear continuous sequence. Each small circle is a representation of inner harmony from which the true nature of beauty resides. The outward manifestation of beauty is the result of an inner-harmony, the balance between a mental and physical awareness of beauty. For example, the feminine manifestation of beauty in Kwannon, the androgynous Bodhisattva, transforms the energy of the worshipper in order to fulfill the Dharma of existence.

    Cat and Grace Rim have known and respected each other's work for many years. This exhibition reveals a comparison of two concepts of feminine beauty as experienced in two cultures. In either case, the source of beauty emanates from within. The internal temporality of Eros may be significant and therefore more powerful than the public desire to reveal itself. This offers a challenge to the Western idea that feminine beauty depends on the allure of fashion and glamour.

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  5. Oct 29 – Nov 2, 2007: Homage to a Hero by Kata Mejia
    ''Homage to a Hero'' is the third performance of three and commemorates the one year anniversary of the artist’s youngest brother being murdered. It is a performance installation to pay homage to his life which he sacrificed
    to save his loved ones. The second and third performances of the three were conceived after his death yet all are related.

    This trilogy began with "Beyond The Threshold" which explored the idea of transcendence. It continued with "Healing" which explored the pain and suffering associated with the loss of a loved one and concludes with "Homage to a Hero".

    “Homage to a Hero” is a two day performance Installation that recreates a farewell ritual. On the anniversary of her murdered brother’s birthday that would have been his 22nd, the artist symbolically guides her hero brother to the eternal realm.

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