1. travisd. art

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    This video is a short documentary film about artist Travisd. Simmons. Director and editor: Me Director of photography: Michaela Leung Music: "Carefree" by Kevin MacLeod Shot on a Canon Rebel SL1

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    • Muslim Women Ela Mast

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      Ela Mast is a Pilates instructor where I do my Pilates exercise. She is Turkish from Istanbul. She describes herself as agnostic and in some ways practices Sufism the sect of Islam with emphasis on Love. She has grown up in a secular family practicing Islam but not very religious. They practice the ceremonies including animal sacrifice of baby lambs. She is married to a Dutchman of Catholic origin who is in the boat business (therefore-“Mast”). She does not wear the scarf nor does her mother. They celebrate Ramadan by fasting in the daytime and eating a large meal at night upon sundown but not religiously. She states her father is happy to fast to lose weight. She was schooled in the Koran but questioned it in her youth reading the Bible. She enjoys her independent life especially teaching Pilates. In her past in Istanbul she worked in the field of Public Relations.

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      • Most Beautiful Museums (Part 2)

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        A presentation featuring some of the most beautiful museums around the world. The architecture, interior design and art make these historical places timeless.

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        • Most Beautiful Museums (Part 1)

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          A presentation featuring some of the most beautiful museums around the world. The architecture, interior design and art make these historical places timeless.

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          • Sketchbook Flip

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            Lydia Velarde's Sketchbook from September - November 2014. Montval Field Watercolor Book 140 lb Cold Press Watercolor Paper Canson.

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            • Meu Filme-JOHANNES VERMEER

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              JOHANNES VERMEER PAINTINGS.

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              • Paradies-Ambivalente Ansichten

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                Live Opening Performance at "Paradies-Ambivalente Ansichten", Stuttgart-Hohenheim Interaction with Music, Dance and Fine Art. The Duo spiel r a u m . , Benina Berger and Katharina Kramer, interacts and improvises at the same time. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Duo-spiel-r-a-u-m-/904649696233805

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                • Dschungel

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                  Live Performance at "Paradies-Ambivalente Ansichten", Stuttgart Interaction with Music, Dance and Fine Art. The Duo spiel r a u m . , Benina Berger and Katharina Kramer, interacts and improvises at the same time. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Duo-spiel-r-a-u-m-/904649696233805

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                  • OneDayParadise2

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                    Live Performance at "Paradies-Ambivalente Ansichten", Stuttgart. Interaction with Music, Dance and Fine Art The Duo spiel r a u m . , Benina Berger and Katharina Kramer, interacts and improvises at the same time. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Duo-spiel-r-a-u-m-/904649696233805

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                    • Jake and Dinos Chapman

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                      Death threats from neo-Nazis was just one of the many extreme responses to the English artist duo Jake and Dinos Chapman’s controversial and much debated exhibition of modified watercolours by Adolf Hitler. Hear their thoughts on the divisive project. When choosing to work with Hitler’s watercolours, Jake and Dinos Chapman wanted to confront the idea that a work of art can reveal something about a person – that it has a latent sense of self-expression – and why then the presence of foreboding evil is in no way represented in Hitler’s paintings: “The work is blank.” “Using My Little Pony to kick Adolf Hitler is entirely appropriate.” By adding little rainbows and other such motifs, Jake and Dinos Chapman sought not only to transgress the paintings’ metaphysical value of evil but also to alter historical documents to the point where they became theirs rather than history’s: “The idea of Hitler turning in his grave because we painted rainbows on his pictures is fantastically pleasurable.” Iakovos “Jake” (b. 1966) and Konstantinos “Dinos” (b. 1962) are English visual artists, often known as the Chapman Brothers, who began their collaboration in 1991. The brothers often use plastic models or fibreglass mannequins in their work, exploring the theme of the anatomical and pornographic grotesque. They are known for their deliberately shocking and controversial subject matter, including the series of works featured in this video, which appropriated 13 original watercolours by Adolf Hitler, to which they had added hippie motifs: ‘If Hitler Had Been a Hippy How Happy Would We Be’ (White Cube, 2008). Similarly, they had previously manipulated a selection of Spanish painter Francisco Goya’s drawings in the series ‘The Disaster of War’ (1999) with chilling and sometimes comic effect. They have exhibited extensively, including solo shows at Tate Britain (2007), Kunsthaus Bregenz (2005) and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, New York (2000). Both live and work in London. For more about Jake and Dinos Chapman see here: http://jakeanddinoschapman.com/everything/ Jake and Dinos Chapman were interviewed by Christian Lund at David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen in connection to the exhibition ‘Come, Hell or High Water’ in November 2014. Camera: Nikolaj Jungersen Edited by: Kamilla Bruus Produced by: Marc-Christoph Wagner Copyright: Louisiana Channel, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, 2015 Supported by Nordea-fonden

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