modern picasso for someone.. for those who respect street art, perspective play, for those who like messages.
.we have some new stuff from Sean Hart, artist that impressed d world with his minimalism, simplicity, as well with his strong lines, recognized font of letters and yes, deep messages.
he tries to make a movie, stop motion from black scenes and places inside us. he is person that knows d mental (dis)order of d human civilization, d brain act, d mental game and he shift d reality, he (re)creates d worlds, he paint his imagination with words and secret meanings.. with lost noises that can find balance in lost souls.. as urs, mine.. like d lost soul of d hidden universe. 🙂
:another new finding how we can start d new day, d first day of Christmas. .. I saw one photography from this artist Ben Alper and I was pretty interested to see more works from Him. today I decide to share with u d edition/ serial so called Backgrounds Noise.
:as d name of d project those colors, blurry details, unfocussed parts are just as natural as d energy itself. they point some moments that actually would be not as important in d photography if there was not that noise that creates d beauty from ‘nothing’.
Background Noise (2011 – ) is open selection that probably continue as open session that from time to time will have some new pics. those rainbow prints are giving special effects to this pictures. .. like drops from d universe.
I found this link via @Milica Popovic on facebook and I think that this project sounds amazing. It’s first time for me to see this combination of electronic maschine (robot musician?!??) and awesome violinist. I enjoy almost every second of this video. this audio can be heard in Kimura’s CD POLYTOPIA that is probably unique example of music from this kind (or I’m not good informed).
The violin gives those classical emotions that usually the classical music create in Us but with d maschine it shows d duality of our personality. One of d comment on youtube say: she’s the mars volta or pink floyd equivalent of violins and I agree with this constitution. From one side this music is pretty weird even that I listen and play some noise but that violin brings the frequency that on moments makes u joyful or from other point hysteric, nervous even scared.
Mari Kimura explain more clear for this: Behind the white box, there is a Mac and an audio interface. I am running a software MaxMSP, which is LISTENING to the pitch. loundess and the timing of the violin. The ‘patch’ I created in Max contains certain interactive instructions such as “listen to the E (highest open string on the violin)”. For example in the beginning, if you listen carefully you notice when I play above E, it stops. Iinteractions change inpredetermined time frames.
Ok, enough for this goody Frankenstein type of music. 😀