MARTYN'S XLR8R MIX
BTS RADIO ILLUM SPHERE MIX
MNML SSGS FALKO BROCKSIEPER'S DARK WHISPERINGS MIX
maandag 22 februari 2010
donderdag 18 februari 2010
Ok. The quality of Ajax's gameplay may be something to discuss, but for sure the Ajax fans showed some brilliant gameplay here. Hilarious and very well done. An end to end entering the stadium: graffitifo! I really like the detailed concrete platform, including graffiti and third rail.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 12:19
The show ended, but here is the wall I did as part of the exhibition. Forgot to post it for some reason. It took me about 9 hours in one take from left to right, one constant stream of "visual cortex-drained quoted imagery". I should post the sequence sometime soon.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 12:18
dinsdag 16 februari 2010
The big lie of advertisement showing it's full ironic glory.
But told with a smile, that makes all the difference, doesn't it?
Funny to see the parallel with the poster I did some time ago on this "subject". The text actually refers to Bill Clinton's quote from the 1992 presidential campaign "It's the economy stupid!", linking this to the present-day (economic) situation. It's the inside, stupid!
"Note to self"
I'm not sure if it really is the answer, but I honestly think we get distracted too much in general by the outside, the image, the sugarcoated varnish of how things look, how things are presented, marketed and twisted instead of what they're actually about.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 11:15
From Wooster. I like how he compares images to words.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 10:57
zondag 14 februari 2010
vrijdag 12 februari 2010
One more time the chance to see Matthias Wermke and Mischa Leinkauf's MASTERPIECE "zwischenzeit" as part of a groupshow in Den Bosch @ SM'S, next week friday 19th called "The Nomadic Condition":
"The Nomadic Condition refers to existence as a continuous state of becoming. Nothing is fixed, boundaries are relative and there is no place for a notion like ‘reality’.
Five artists explore this idea from totally different angles: the psychological dimension, the blurring of boundaries between disciplines and between nature and the city, and love of the moment, with neither beginning nor end."
It's just such a fantastic film, a rare combination of beauty and endurance, guts, playfulness, precision and craftmanship that you will not likely see regularely again. Soon. Ever.
More Matthias Wermke and Mischa Leinkauf here.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 13:45