Is a large-scale concert performance pruduced by Dialtones whose sounds are wholly produced through the carefully choreographed ringing of the audience’s own mobile phones…Crazy!!
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Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky defines ‘epic’ in images. His latest project covers the nickel pit mines of Western Australia. Amazing landscape shots. Is that Hugh and Nicole down there?
Santa Claus commits suicide with the help of some Lippitt activists.
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These images are from a series entitled “Fat Cars,” by Austrian Erwin Wurm.
About the artist (notes from):
Erwin Wurm is one of Austria’s preeminent international contemporary artists. He has devoted his professional career to reshaping our concept of what constitutes a sculpture. In his One Minute Sculptures, Wurm invites the spectator to act like a sculpture using the props and materials he provides for the while he photographs or videos these events. The corporeal aspect of these pieces support his later voluminous and significant works, the Fat Cars. The Fat Cars are flesh-like vehicle in shades of brown, cream, pink and peach.
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