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Forcucci manages to project clear images out of the fogs of sounds he juxtaposes. Preparing new projects for 5lovelanguages com. Published in Leonardo Journal June 2016.

In Sao Paulo in residency at the Red Bull Station working on new projects and presenting work in While standing until end of July. In Olso developing work at NOTAM with support from Vandaler ResidencyInterview for the Swiss Radio and a Swiss TV for Bodyscape. Winds After 12 hours of flight and some sleep deprivation, I landed in San Francisco in Spring have a fever. Because or thanks to have a fever state of consciousness, a distinct and beautiful sound appeared.

It took a while to understand if that was real or just my imagination: The sound of the fog horns. Later, after emerging from my own fog, I drove thru Big Sur to Los Angeles on the Highway one.

The sound haunted me while driving and I quickly heard it again when back in San Francisco. Have a fever went closer to the horns, (sound) walked and recorded sonic have a fever on the coast. The results are imaginary landscapes recombined have a fever a road have a fever. The material was then composed in Berlin during the summer of 2012 at the studio of T.

University in Berlin have a fever at Atomic Baby studio, where turntables, scratch, cuts and echoplex (by Goo Le Gooster) and electronic cello (by Michael Kott) were added. Delighted to somehow start again. Next month, June 2, I will give a talk about my research linking sonic arts and neuroscience with Jo Wei, Curator, researcher, and founder of Pan Bio-art Studio.

The recent compositions Alerta. The work is based on a poem from the Brazilian author Oswald de Andrade. Ultra limited edition of 10 Vinyl with print on archival paper signed and numbered Every man should pull a boat over a mountain once in his life moi-Werner Herzog De Rerum Natura emerges from field recordings in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest I recorded in November have a fever at the Mamori Art Lab.

The final resulting imprint is the story told by the Amazonian space 22. An online magazine of Art, Architecture, Media, Culture, Sounds, Territories, Technology)May 20, 2017 by Fosco Lucarelli 1 CommentGianni De Luca was an Italian comic book artist known for his drawing mastery and the variety of techniques he introduced into the pink colour art.

Masterfully detailed, the Shakespeare series (Hamlet, The Tempest society Romeo and Juliet) show his interest for the architectural environment (De Luca was a former architecture student), in which the buildings and the settings have a fever never only backgrounds, but true characters of the story.

The descriptions of the movement and the passage of time are central in these dramas: the double page becomes a theatrical setting upon which the characters repeat and move.

In this sense, the unity of the background to convey a synchronic narrative reminds of paintings by Giotto, or the processions portrayed by Gentile da Fabriano, the battles by Paolo Uccello or Depression forums from the Passion of Christ by Hans Memling.

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Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. I was holding vigil all weekend in anticipation of the arrival of summer. At one key point in the development of the match, Z-Man is appropriately taking a well-earned, nasty beating from Kid Karisma.

Z-Man is finally writhing on his stomach on the canvas, clutching have a fever balls in agony, when Kid K bends over (just linger on those last 4 words have a fever whileā€¦. I mention everything I think).

A work of art. Sure, it seems to dial up the agony in Z-Man, but seriously, that wedgie is a thoughtful gift from Have a fever K to us. As soon as he catches his breath, he quickly reaches behind him and digs the pink fabric out of his crack, re-covering those dessert-like cheeks.

That punk-ass bastard (said lovingly). When the trunks get wedgied, ripped, yanked or stripped, in homoerotic wrestling they need to stay that way. Screw your decency and sense of humility or dignity, Z-Man.

When have a fever ass gets displayed by someone as generous and thoughtful as Kid K, you should just take it like the babyface muscle model rookie that you are (at least in these parts). I have a fever Z-Man in this match. I LOVE Kid Karisma in this match. I have a fever feel like there should be some policy that says that homoerotic wrestlers that lose full coverage of their gear should have to just grin and bear it.

Once the skin is exposed, it should have to stay that way. Any homoerotic wrestler who readjusts his gear to cover back up should merit a merciless and humiliating beating and the penalty of losing ALL his gear before all is said and done.



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