.iEat colors, iVomit colors – do U?!?

U know this?! I know it more then a year ago and for me this is just stupid. OK I am not very into d colors, hell yea but this is something that goes into weird direction and can be bad influence for d new generations. :3

Pedagogically she needs to go to hospital ASAP, for sure she’s not doin’ good things for her stomach. Anyway, here it is:

Some people will do anything in the name of art. Performance artist Millie Brown has mastered the art of regurgitation, and we mean that literally. Brown’s work is called “Nexus Vomitus,” which involves Brown drinking colored milk and then spewing it back out onto white screens to an acoustic accompaniment of opera singers Patricia Hammond and Zita Syme.

Those of you who have seen Lady Gaga’s Moster Ball will already be familiar with Brown’s work. In a video interlude, Brown vomits color onto Gaga’s dress.

12~ and if u want more pictures find on internet! 😀

:complete #fake :collection No.2

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.ok, I know that I’m bit late with this edition but as I run for deadlines all d time I’ll upload my collection for d first month of this year. I had some problems with my lap top it’s brand new and empty now, so I needed to try to restore some of my old data that was pretty difficult as it was first time for me to face this problem.

:check d first #edition [here]

:In this collection we’ll see vivisection of d contemporary art nowadays that I count as important for my life and for d history of art in general. we see daily thousands and thousands of fake, plastic, simple, trashy art pieces that are funny and interesting only for a day. I decide here to share something that is connect with me, not so temporary .. with wide message, structure, idea, concept. follow my January #fake :collection and wait for d new one, this time will be for sure on d end of this small, tiny but freakingly cold month.

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“everything all the time right now” by caleb larsen

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“it’s not good to worry” by rose nolan.

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18% Gray - Marte Johnslien.

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Alexander Kent.

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EcoPots Made From Recycled Books IGreenSpot.

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Equal (Corner Prop Piece) Richard Serra.

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:Hong Chun Zhang, Life Strands, 2009, charcoal on paper.

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Myeongbeom Kim.

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Red Cart (2010), a library cart with assorted books on socialism by Pedro Reyes.

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Slice - Edith Derdyk.

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:so, this is it. .. hope u enjoy d selection, I like d diversity of this project, there is no any connection between besides d one u make in ur heads. I like to collect art that push me in thinking process, this one does that to me. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:early morning indeed & some space

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I’ll not write a lot about this contemporary art piece. .. I decide to share more pics from this project but is good to mention that we’ll see works from  Gerda Scheepers at Kunstverein Nuernberg.

I couldn’t find a lot about her on her portfolio site but voila, enjoy this project 😉

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.late night post here, 05:22 a.m. I start this Sunday in 3 a.m. so I’m almost like back from jogging and ready to start my mornin’ 😀 .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:stickers, yea. ..dot stickers!

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:d post before [ok, few posts before] was for sticking tape, black and white, but mostly black. Now we’ll play a little with stickers, yea, stickers, in all colors. 😉

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- what Is all about?

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Last December, in a surprisingly simple yet ridiculously amazing installation for the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane, artist Yayoi Kusama constructed a large domestic environment, painting every wall, chair, table, piano, and household decoration a brilliant white, effectively serving as a giant white canvas. Over the course of two weeks, the museum’s smallest visitors were given thousands upon thousands of colored dot stickers and were invited to collaborate in the transformation of the space, turning the house into a vibrantly mottled explosion of color. How great is this? Given the opportunity my son could probably cover the entire piano alone in about fifteen minutes. The installation, entitled The Obliteration Room, is part of Kusama’s Look Now, See Forever exhibition that runs through March 12. (via stuart addelsee, sccart, and heybubbles)

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:amazing installation, I really appreciate d interactive moment with d kids, it’s really a perfect way to animate them, for sure for them big pleasure to be part of this game. ..but to be observer of this magnificent transformation of white dream into colorful dimension full with children spirit is inspiring. at least for me! 😉

:good job! that's what we call engaged #conceptual art!

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?u wish to be a child so u could be able to be part of this installation, u like d dot story, have u seen something similar to this before. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

.time for chocolate!..melting :wooden #sculpture

:It was just preparation d post before, d next thing that comes from them is popular nowadays and I think will change their facebook fan page number more the 900 people. It was like a challenge for me to share in d post with d balloon from before or to separate this content, the new projects from them cause I already mention there that d new stuff are totally different from that balloon.

This time we’ll see Bonsoir Paris in one different light, perfect combination for d white space where d pieces are exhibited but also for this blog here. Pretty surrealistic forms in real, those canvases are liquid like they come for Dali’s dream. They are melting and morphing into sculpture in some trippy way that is unique and I see t for fist time. Especially cause we speak for wooden frames.

From d famous designboom page we read:

:french design duo rémy clémente and morgan maccari of bonsoir paris have designed ‘duramen series’, consisting of three sculptures. for each piece, the shape of a picture frame has been manipulated to a point where it can no longer function as such, but still remains recognizable. the forms have been carved, sanded and finished by hand, out of various types of woods such as oak and fir. the contrast between the natural colors of and textures of the material help define the detailed contours of the carvings.

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:for me this works are like parts of my dreams, chocolate. ..a lot! I love chocolate and surreal forms, just like this one. .. u like this melting #sculptures? – u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page