Sometimes you hunger for things deep in your physical manifest
It calls to you..Hard
the north star in side
There can be clouds and gray and division that blocks the craving for steak
The mind polluted with dreams that are not necessarily yours or yours to claim
The Smog of tofu
Steak brings flies to your home
They dance, usually in pairs in the heat of the sunlight shedding into your domicile window from the day you have avoided to enjoy
Added by aard jordan on April 26, 2008 at 7:00pm —
hoping you may like to be apart of a feature on *music is art* showcasing your work. ive created an idea that revolves around the music you listen to, that inspires you to create while you make art. please share a playlist of at least five of your favorite songs, share a sentence about how each affects you and finally, answer the question: how does music influence your creative process? would love to have you apart of this!
Added by danielle on April 24, 2008 at 8:00pm —
Hey, i haven't posted for a while but thats cause I'm crazy- nothing new. I just started some networking classes though so I'm sure I'll post some more. Art is my stress relief, so, yeah. Actually, I miss painting. Had to pack it up a little while ago due to construction (don't ask) but soon i will re-emerge like a monkey from it's cocoon. YES MONKEYS HAVE COCOONS!!!
Added by Roy A Burton on April 23, 2008 at 1:38pm —
Nepal's new constitution must recognize and protect the fundamental human rights of Dalits, says a new
report released today by the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice (CHRGJ) at New York University School of Law. The report was released on the heels of Nepal?s historic Constituent Assembly elections held on April 10, 2008.
The 89-page report Recasting Justice: Securing Dalit Rights in Nepal?s New Constitution analyzes… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff on April 22, 2008 at 4:06am —
I am so proud of all the members of BAP for participating and making this site a real home for artists. I know that the opening for the group show is going to be stellar. I am in deep admiration and respect of the Cospito brothers for all their hard word in creating such a unique space for everyone. Perfect job guys!
I am sorry to say that I will not see you all at the opening. I am currently over extended and have a prior engagement that I… Continue
Added by allicette on April 17, 2008 at 12:30am —
Langeoog harbour, North Sea (c)satisshroff DRINKING FRIESIAN TEA AT LANGEOOG (Satis Shroff)
Thomas, a burly, bearded botanist turned IT-specialist in Basle, and I decided to make a Herrnnachmittag out of a sunny day, despite the clouds in the vast horizon of the North Sea Isle of Langeoog, where we were spending our holidays with our near and dear ones. There we were, two croonies spending the afternoon, after an… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff on April 9, 2008 at 10:21am —
What What Where? Rocked the house when my baby and I went to see them at the Annex March 30, 2008. The only sad thing about the affair was that the set was too short! The live band sound really kicked music notch up in comparison to the regular mixes. I have to say that I enjoyed the lead singer vamping about and the guitar player jamming orgasmically. Make sure to check 'em out. They are playing April 18, 2008 at Crash Mansion. Hear a peek of them in the breakup mix in… Continue
Added by allicette on April 8, 2008 at 12:29am —
Brooklyn, NY - The Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) and BrooklynArtProject.com have teamed up to produce "Connected Unconscious", a collaborative exhibition at BAM from April 17th - May 11th celebrating the creative possibilities of our web 2.0 connected world.
15 ARTWORKS FROM EMERGING ARTISTS AROUND THE WORLD Featured work will include ten pieces from…
The Dalai Lama has threatened to resign as the political leader of the Tibetans in Tibet and the diaspora (USA, India, Nepal and Switzerland), but the protests within Tibet has been rising although Tibet has been hermetically sealed for foreign journalists, and the nabbed demonstrators have been put to show as terrorists, their own outmoded arms on… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff on April 1, 2008 at 6:07am —
Wolfgang Graf: A Freiburger Feingeist (Satis Shroff)
Wolfgang Graf was born in Freiburg-Zähringen and did his schooling at the Kepler Gymnasium. Later he studied Biology and Chemistry at the Freiburger University because he thought then that it would be good to be a teacher in a school. But he didn’t teach and worked instead in the quality control department of a factory lab, which produced cigarettes in Freiburg.
BACKSEAT is one of those rare gems that reminds us all why we love indie films in the first place. Talent, authenticity and great writing. It's been called "Sideways: the extra funny version". Brooklyn based Josh Alexander produced and stars in the film which won the Audience…