1. Egyptian Cat Food & Kamutao - Handmade CD Packaging


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    artwork, music & video by myself camera by ale landaluce +info and contact: http://www.egyptiancatfood.com/

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    • swear93


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      The process of a roller Cali's Only Active Crew .

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      • Out of the Blue & Into the Red- FULL VERSION


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        Out of the Blue & Into the Red is a multimedia installation intuitively channeled and created by artist Olivia Joy Love, which examines our societal disconnect between our relationship with the Earth, our communities and our souls through an audio installation of voices, projected illustrative portraits and videography documenting the industrial frontier of northern Alberta. Out of the Blue & Into the Red is a cinematic experience, which challenges its audience to begin to tell a different story- one based on cooperation rather than competition, one based on love rather than fear, one based on sustainability rather than exploitation. My intention behind creating Out of the Blue & Into the Red has always been to give a voice to the voiceless: Mother Earth and the people silenced by Industry as well the conflicted voices of a frontier land motivated by the all-mighty dollar. It has arisen from conversations that took place from the kitchens of oil wives to the doghouse on the rigs; from the homes of immigrant workers to the unstable existence of the working homeless; from those homeowners who live off the grid to the headquarters of oil and gas companies that provide the fuel for us to power our vehicles, and light and heat our homes. I have interviewed landowners, industry workers, social agencies, historians, politicians, students, educators, environmentalists, immigrants, economists, business owners, transient laborers, spiritual leaders, aboriginal elders and visionaries. All these voices were distilled through the theme of "What we do to the Earth, we do to ourselves" and presented as an art installation that has been exhibited in its birthplace of Alberta, Canada. It is my intention that Out of the Blue & Into the Red will challenge its' audience into critical self-reflection on their everyday actions and subsequent consequences and to initiate a dialogue on the effects of a fluctuating economy upon the most important resources of any place- its land and its people. As the various multimedia components united in the editing process, I became aware that Out of the Blue & Into the Red was a study of our disconnect and it is my wish that it motivates its audience to examine the bigger picture of their role on this Earth and begin to understand how powerful they, as an individual, are in effecting positive change in their everyday lives. Einstein once suggested that, “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Humans are amazing creatures with a capacity for choice based on imagination, intelligence and innovation. I strongly believe that we can be the change we wish to see in the world, as Gandhi alluded to, we simply have to have the moral courage to align our belief systems with our actions. The time is now. Mission: Out of the Blue & Into the Red was created to inspire people to acknowledge and accept how we are all responsible for the world we have co-created through our choices and that together we can co-create a beautiful world by acting in respect of the interconnection and oneness of all life on Earth. Vision: Out of the Blue & Into the Red will help to contribute to the evolution of Oneness consciousness through healing community discussions, which will ultimately transform our relationship with ourselves, our communities and the Earth. Please help me share Out of the Blue & Into the Red generously with the world.

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        • Forever


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          Forever I was once told that there was a saying in the Communist era that went like this: "If you have a baby boy, get a Forever, because he will be with the family always, but if you have a baby girl, get a Flying Pigeon because she will eventually fly away." My Forever bicycle got taken apart on the street by one of the many road side bike mechanics in Beijing. It seemed ludicrous: the bike got wrapped up, the chain, its screws and bolts undone, tied up with an old table cloth and put into a bag; taken to the airport, sent through security, scanned, weighed and carried up in the plane by the Chinese airport staff; lifted up in the sky and was flown to the other side of the world. Here it got unwrapped and put back together. The Forever company has been a leading bike manufacturer in China throughout the past century and carries a significant cultural value. The bicycle was included in wedding gifts, when bicycles still had to be bought with coupons. Hans Peter Auken Beck 29.02.2012

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          • Ma Desheng


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            "Every artist is a star. Even great artists are stars from the cosmic point of view. We called our group "The Stars" in order to emphasize our individuality. This was directed at the drab uniformity of the Cultural Revolution." --Ma Desheng On 27 September 1979, after being denied official exhibition space in the China Art Gallery, the bastion of official socialist art in Beijing, the Stars hung their paintings and sculptures on the park railings outside. On 28 September, the police arrived on the scene and announced the closing of the exhibition. On 29 September, an official announcement declared the exhibition illegal. On 1 October, the 30th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic, the Stars responded by organizing a protest march in the name of individual human rights. Starting out from the Xidan Democracy Wall, the demonstrators made their way to the headquarters of the Peking Municipal Party Committee under the banner "We Demand Democracy and Artistic Freedom". Finally, from 23 November to 2 December 1979, the First Stars Exhibition was held in the Huafang Studio in Beihei Park, Beijing.

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            • The Villains - Here come the villains


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              Produzione: Made ON Soggetto: Davide Marchi Regia: Davide Marchi Dir.Prod. Andrea Piazza Se.Produzione: Domenico Adinolfi Montaggio: Nicola Formicola Operatore:Nicola Fornicola II°operatore: Giuseppe Camassa Operatore Air Cam: Dopa Scenografia: Daniele Frabetti Ass. Scenografia: Edoardo Tresoldi Costumi: Valeria Bernini/Raffaella Mancunelli

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              • Kinesthesia Room #1 Setup


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                Time Laps of the physical setup of Kinesthesia Room #1 in the Visual Arts Gallery in New York City, June 2012.

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                • clic si suona 2012 - Scatti e Improvvisazioni


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                  Clic si Suona Scatti e Improvvisazioni. Museo di Capodimonte - Sala Causa 3 giugno 2012 Clic si suona, promossa dal Museo di Capodimonte, realizzata grazie al sostegno di Persol, prevista in occasione de La Notte Europea dei Musei del 19 maggio, revocata per il lutto nazionale proclamato in quella data, si svolgerà il 3 giugno e sarà dedicata alle vittime della strage di Brindisi e del terremoto in Emilia. Questi tragici eventi hanno suscitato un profondo clima di riflessioni soprattutto tra i giovani che hanno sentito forte l’esigenza di condividere con le istituzioni e la società civile l’indignazione nei confronti del gravissimo attentato. In questo clima di costernazione, alimentato dalle scosse sismiche che hanno gravemente colpito, oltre che vite umane, anche il nostro patrimonio artistico, si è avvertita la necessità di riflettere sul futuro delle giovani generazioni non soltanto in Rete ma anche nei luoghi deputati alla diffusione della cultura . La Soprintendenza e il Museo di Capodimonte intendono rispondere a questa esigenza offrendo gratuitamente gli spazi museali e la collaborazione del personale tutto, nella convinzione che tali siti debbano configurarsi come luoghi di incontro e di confronto su tematiche di attualità, per diffondere un messaggio di resistenza civile a chi semina il terrore nel paese e un segnale di partecipazione collettiva alla tutela e alla ricostruzione del nostro patrimonio. La performance Clic si suona vedrà il coinvolgimento e la partecipazione di numerosi giovani artisti, tra fotografi e musicisti che desiderano ribadire la funzione di aggregazione sociale, oltre che culturale, dei nostri musei. Progetto di Linda Martino con la collaborazione di Flaviana Frascogna. Immagini di Fulvio Ambrosio, Roberto Apa, Giovanni Barba, Roberto Boccaccino, Martin Errichiello, Flaviana Frascogna, Claudio Morelli, Sergio Grispello, Dead Porcupine, Valentina Quintano. Musiche di Marco Sannini eseguite da Marco Sannini, tromba- Marcello Giannini, chitarra- Massimo Del Pezzo, percussione - Nicola Pisani, sax baritono - Vittorio Pepe, basso. Produzione musicale Progetto Sonora - Network & Performing Art Video compositing Marco Spatuzza Concept graphic & Artwork Rinedda/Rino Sorrentino Sound design Paolo Barone Tecnologie Isi Congress

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                  • "Voracious" Teaser Trailer


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                    Here is a teaser trailer for my upcoming short film "Voracious" which should be finished soon. Enjoy.

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                    • The Mural


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                      Art and life intersect in Tete, Mozambique

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