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.hi there,
happy new year and merry christmas or should I say happy new fear and merry crisis. whateva’ bout of them are old like ages, centuries, but this .gif rocks! 😀

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.probably u remember that d story with d city camera that is like d eye of d beholder, or d Big Brother eye of everything is idea that firstly was used in d contemporary, street art by #banksy and if u try to search around this blog maybe u’ll find some of those versions. this one is interesting for me because is like ballet, “wall ballet“ – is this new term (?!) or… never mind. they look at each other, do some movements around d wall, u see me, I don’t see u, I see u and u look up in d air, I see u, then u look down in d ground. no problem (ok, I am tripping, but I really try to get back to this blog). there is some really strong connection, that is technological dance people, there is drama, like 2 people behind d cameras are trying to see what d other is doing while he is not watching his personal skin or smt – it’s up to u if u want to see it or not.

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:well, I can write more, but I hate when I find great stuff without author names and I dont have category for .gif art, so I will stop now. do u like it? :u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

:shortly, in a lot of colors ..

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.. I saw this in my stream yesterday but I was thinking is too commercial, to much fancy for my eyes, but today I saw it one more time and I read d story. I think is good piece of art..

This beautiful work is composed of more than 2,500 letters and characters from different languages from around the world. The colorful writing is illuminated from behind, and walking into this room is a bit like walking into an abstracted conversation in which you’re hearing bits and pieces of the entire planetary population talking at once.  This piece, by Noriko Shiozawa (塩澤徳子), is called “Koto-no-ha” (こと‐の‐は), which is an older Japanese word for “language.”  Shiozawa-san was kind enough to give her permission to allow the photograph above to be used as the cover for the UNESCO Jakarta Annual Report 2008.

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..u like it, u think it looks like d Eastern matrix, Pandora box. with this photography it’s like u’re part of it, with one feet inside. . .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

‘d whole world’ in one wall

#micro & #macro and d world in between

I totally like d whole process in this work. Since d beginning of d idea, d approach to d idea, d finesse that he use and all details. The idea a form to be broken down into its parts and re-create is perfect. Artist goes from one level of macro world where using a microscope is trying to portray d minimalistic perspective of d world we live in and that the nubs are d content that it takes one thing to exist like whole and vice versa we have d miniaturism of our civilization as our property, and the whole world that surrounds us, which he captures in the second half of his work – the telescope.

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The wall between is like bridge, is like d mind that is trying to observe d duality of d world in which we exist. He counts all of d pieces and make from them d whole structure of this installation. It’s kind of philosophy and architecture in one, but expressed trough d prism of art. In one clean, gentle way he shows d connection between this two worlds the one that is inside Us and the other one that like open sky wait for our eyes to be realized.

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In d video we can see d love that he put into his process, all d steps that he is passing trough nut also d final result that is stunning in that new pure clean minimalistic way of expressing d concept. We have three elements [macro, wall, micro] presented in a beautiful way that brings Us in a state of peace and joy of d energy that the masterpiece produce by himself.

A documentary capturing Chris Sauter’s making of his installation entitled “The Whole World”, part of the exhibition Wish You Were Here at the Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Gallery.

Chris Sauter was born in San Antonio, Texas in 1971. He grew up on his grandparent’s ranch in Boerne, a small German town north of San Antonio.He attended the University of the Incarnate Word (then Incarnate Word College) where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1993. Sauter later received a Master of Fine Arts degree from The University of Texas at San Antonio in 1996. He exhibits nationally and internationally with solo exhibitions at John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI, Cueto Project, NY,NY, Finesilver, Houston, TX,  Elizabeth Dee, NY,NY, Galerie Valerie  Cueto, Paris, France and Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles, CA.  Group exhibitions include  EVA in Limerick, Ireland, Domicile: Public.Prive at the Musee d’Art Moderne Saint-Etienne, France, Wall to Wall Drawing at The Drawing Center, NY, Drawing Outside the Lines at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, AZ, Out of the Ordinary at the Contemporary Art Museum, Houston and Come Forward: Emerging Art in Texas at the Dallas Museum of Art. In 1999, he was chosen by Okwui Enwezor to participate in the Artpace international artist residency. Chris Sauter lives and works in San Antonio.

!еverything is a Remix:

:well yea, what do u expect?This is a video project that I found in our creative exchange group on facebook and I was pretty interested ’cause all we speak about are our right for d things that we create or the privacy that we keep when we share with our networks/ community. Some of the thing we hear in this video are pretty weird as d sentence that d creativity isn’t magic. .. for me as artist is very hard to accept this but from other side as a developer of different projects is more easy to confirm that we collaborate firstly with ourselves then with d close surrounding and that’s d first step in sharing is caring process or applying ur knowledge in d future masterpieces that we create.

Is everything copy of a copy of a copy or should I say it’s all remix and we are d creators ops.. d dj’s? As we can see from this short introduction that is part of series that we all need to see if we decide to do some creative works in our life, we need to know that the basic elements in d creativity process are: COPY | TRANFORM | COMBINE

it’s good to know our past if we want to see d future, if we want to be active participants in d friendly future, where we all understand each other and know our sources. We all create with the same materials and sometimes there can be similarity that should push up looking forward to better results/ products.

Everything is a Remix Part 3 from Kirby Ferguson on Vimeo.

Creativity isn’t magic. Part three of this four-part series explores how innovations truly happen.
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:hello world!

.welcome to my new blog. after you read this, you should continue searching this blog or otherwise try to catch with me on d other social platforms where I’m active. !write your own opinion for all u see here, for me it will be pleasure to read it..

:some suggestions for u:

  • this is my blog that I open for checking d new opportunities that wordpress offer to his customers and it was only a challenge for me to play bit with d look.
  • probably I’ll share stuff here that are not for my other blog(s)
  • hope to be more different in d content then d others

..and yes it will be a play project for having fun ~

[don’t know what to share NOW]