Tuesday, December 16, 2014

EARLY BIRDS SHOW ME THE PATH

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”- Coco Chanel




60's sack dress edged in silver sequins, glitter shoes by Fornarina, rhinestones headband by Accessorize
Abito a sacchetto in raso moire con bordi in paillettes argento, scarpe glitter Fornarina, cerchietto strass Accessorize

SACK DRESSES
Andrew Gn

Ashish

Emporio Armani

Saint Laurent

DSquared2
Related Article:http://www.scostumista.com/2014/12/60s-sheath-sack-dress.html

Monday, December 15, 2014

60's SACK DRESS

The sack dress falls straight, not enhances the shapes, also because he is good only for those that do not have shapes. Below: 60's dress in satin moire , essential line embellished with edges of silver sequins. Wear them only if you're skinny!
L'abito a sacco cade dritto, non esalta le forme, anche perchè sta bene solo a chi forme non ne ha. Linea dritta ed essenziale per l'abito in raso moire anni '60 qui sotto impreziosito dai bordi di paillettes argento. Da indossare solo se magrissima!




CLOSET CASTLE di Annapaola Brancia d'Apricena

Renewed findings from the coffer of a castle





60's sheath sack dress edged in silver sequins
Abito a sacchetto anni '60 con bordi in paillettes argento

Catherine Deneuve

Brigitte Bardot

Sharon Tate

Marella Agnelli in Courrège 1968

Thursday, December 11, 2014

OBEY - SHEPARD FAIREY

“It’s a constant dialogue with the observer; what I do is to send a stimulus and respond with a new stimulus based on the response I have received.”-Shepard Fairey.
It is one of the most famous exponents of street art, Fairey grew in South Carolina, he studied art and in 1988 he graduated at the Art Academy. In 1989, create and realizes the initiative André the Giant Has a Posse; fills the walls of the city with stickers depicting the face of the wrestler André the Giant, the same were then replicated by other artists in other cities. Fairey himself explained that there was no particular significance in the choice of the subject, the meaning of the campaign was to produce a media phenomenon and make the citizens reflect on their relationship with the urban environment. But the initiative that gave international exposure to Fairey was the poster Hope that reproduces the stylized face of Barack Obama in CMYK, has become the icon of the campaign that then led the democratic representant to the White House.
Obey-Shepard Fairey exhibition in Naples @ PAN – Palazzo delle Arti Napoli – from December 6th to February 28, 2015.
Mural-2006

Obay Zapatista woman -2005

Comandante 1,2,3,4 - 2002

Obama manifest hope - 2008

Vote - 2008

Squier Obey

Obey Marley 2004      -      Obey Strummer 2004


Obey Sid do it your way - 2003


St. Margherita square - 2009

Afrocentric - 2007

Lenin money 2003      -      Nixon money 2003       -       Mao money 2003

The Don 2006    -    Sonny 2006     -    Tom 2006    -    Fredo 2006

Obey Marittima - 2009

Obey St. Mark's square - 2009

 Paul Rodriguez - Danny Way - Colin McKay - PJ Lado - Ryan Gallant - Darrell Stanton  2005

Obey Jim Muir's skate

Skyline 2000

Obey 2005

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

OLIVIA vs JAKIE

It was 1961 when Jacqueline Kennedy wore a long yellow satin skirt on a black top. And it was just a couple of days ago, that Olivia Palermo wore a long yellow satin skirt very similar for the British Fashion Awards , designed by Emilia Wickstead, the New Zealand-born London-based designer,  emerged as London’s go-to designer for occasion dressing and she has become known for her ability to find inspiration in 1950s and 1960s couture salons.


Tuesday, December 2, 2014

DIGITAL LIFE 2014>>PLAY

Digital life >>Play
La Pelanda-Macro-Testaccio-Roma
Sunday, November 30: Closing Party Roma Europa Festival
This is the post for those who lost Digital Life 2014

Musical sculptures, inspired by sound and activated by computers instead of the invention of a musicians.
An exploratory voyage into the relationship between art and technology, through research and the production of art. This journey has demonstrated and still testifies the complexity and wealth of our ever-changing universe in which creative experimentation has to measure itself constantly against technological and scientific innovation.
It is precisely this dynamic interaction between the spectator and the art work which gives life to a new soundscape, creating contemporaneously a more intimate and shared ambience.
The works presented go well beyond the know horizons of research into sound considered as one the expressive languages of digital art. Indeed, now we have complex machines which reinvent the very concept of  the "musical instrument".
This interaction does not merely involve modifying the sound environment in real time; it consists in generating a series of dynamic relations between the exhibition space, the spectator, and the sound to create a dream-like and suggestive atmosphere.
Concrete object, often made from simple materials such as metal, wood or other primary elements like water and light, are transformed through the invention of special software into complex, interactive musical instrument, capable of producing harmonic or discordant sounds.
A Concerto for machines in which presence of the spectator is required, not only as a spectator and beneficiary, but as the actor or better still, the musician to play these hybrid, innovative instruments.



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                                               Pietro Pirelli - Gianpietro Grossi- Arpa di Luce
11 green laser rays which follow parallel trajectories for over 25 metres. A Plexiglas plectrum attached to a pendulum hanging from an invisible pivot brushes against the beams of light, generating an infinite and unending melody.
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                                             Veaceslav Druta - Balançoire
The music is reproduced by a swing suspended from two large mechanical wheels. The motion of the large wheels sets a series of guitar strings vibration which produce harmonies. It is the swinging movement of the spectator that "plays" this instrument. The pitch depends on the weight of the spectator while the volume varies according to the oscillation's velocity.

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Léonore Mercier - Le Damassama
Le Damassama is an amphitheater of Tibetan bells, a sound installation which transforms the spectator into an orchestra conductor. By interacting with a series of sensor, the spectator's gestures make the bells sound and creates a personalized soundtrack.

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Cod.Act -André&Michel Décosterd - Cycloid-E
Cycloid-e  is a ubular metal segments pendulum that reproduces sounds through a rotating movement reacting speakers. A real cinematic choreography. Cycloid-e traces a series of sonorous orbits, creating kinetic Cosmic Ballet.

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Zahra Poonawala - Tutti
The installation consists of a wall of fixed loudspeakers and each of those reproduce a background noise at different volumes and pitches, a series of mobile speakers which act as "soloists", reacting to spectator's movement.

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Heewon Lee - 108
The sound is produced from various carillons and each character corresponds to a musical note. Thus, as words and phrases are formed on the screen, they are accompanied by a singular musical composition.

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Alexandre Burton_Artificiel - Impacts
Visitors are invited to approach the sculpture to experiment with the different forms of this visual and sound installation. The proximity of the visitor activates a series of pulsating, luminous energetic bundles of variable intensity generated by the reels' interaction with the rays on the plate of glass, Imacts invites the spectator to reflect on the power and danger of electromagnetic energy.

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Monday, December 1, 2014

POPULAR HELVETICA_LIVE#3

For his latest appointment, Popular Helvetica - the exhibition of the Swiss Institute of Rome dedicated to the relationship between popular culture and music - back to think about the concept of folk music and how it continues to reinvent itself. Different geographical reality - Switzerland, Italy, but also the United Kingdom and Portugal - all united by belonging to one of the most vibrant undergrowth of the 2000s: that of the so-called new culture weird, aesthetics capable of mixing experimentation and taste for the eccentric, arcane, naive, in close relation to those languages that criticism has cataloged the item outsider.
Line up:
 RICHARD YOUNGS (UK) GALA DROP (POR) DIMENSIONE (CH) OLD BICYCLE RECORDS (CH) GOLDEN CUP (ITA) TRAPCOUSTIC (ITA)
Istituto Svizzero Roma

Golden Cup
                                          

Dimensione

                                         
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