Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Quote of the day. | Insurgency Inc

Quote of the day. | Insurgency Inc

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

leaving broken hearts behind

from the first time
when i saw you across the room
there was something you made me feel
and i feel it more now
and i feel it when i wake
you make me a mush of nerves
you make me quiver and shake
i want to know you
i want to take you
like you take me
i want to feel you
i want our bodies woven
to skin our touch
i want to touch bare skin
and bare insides out
i want to feel you
every inch of you
underneath and over
from cover to cover

and taste the flavor
that is so wonderfully you
i want to take all of you
and i want to be taken
just the same
you don't know what you do to me
but you do it to me well
i don't even know what to say
or how to say it
but whatever it is
is it oh so better than anything i have ever known
you do it to me the best
keep on doing it to me
like you do
and do it to me -
some more
my body aches
my heart pulsates
and my stomach churns

i burn for YOu
everything about you
something about you
is already known
to me -
you already feel close
and i find myself
wanting you
i yearn
i crave
i burn
i love
i feel
the past is goodbye
the past loves
and lovers pass
i do not feel the hurt
i left my once broken heart behind
and life that was before
is not the same anymore
i'm not the same
feelings change
feelings die
but there is always
new you
i feel you
like music
you make me move
like music makes me move
like art makes me alive
there is
magic between us
and love

Saturday, June 05, 2010

Facebook | My Wall-to-Wall with Gwydion Los-Angeles

Facebook | My Wall-to-Wall with Gwydion Los-Angeles

TheHiveGallery June 05, 2010Opening with Kyoto Cole's "Kill Mister Man" at 0:10 through 0:14, a shot of the Hummingbird Collective, along with a map indicating York Blvd between Avenue 49 and Avenue 52 ("York Village"), The York from 0:18 to 0:19, El Chapin from 0:19 to 0:21, Kyoto's "Nude Electric" from 0:21 to 0:24, Kyoto's "The Last Days of Me" from 0:24 to 0:25, Kyoto's "Guitar #1" from 0:25 to 0:27, ,several pieces by Tiffany Davis-Rushorn from 0:31 to 0:36, a piece called "Cosmologie" from 0:37 to 0:43, a piece by the same artist called "Take a Ride" 0:44 to 0:48 (someone please tell me who that artist is so I can add them to these credits!), Kyoto Cole's "She Comes in Colors" from 0:50 to 0:52, Jeff Copas' "Murder" from 0:52 to 0:54, followed by a shot of York Blvd itself, and back to the Hummingbird for the outro.

and the Spider takes us Downtown... accompanied by a panoramic photograph called "Elysian Park" from 1:09 to 1:11 (at L.A. Center for Digital Art)

Janey at 1:12, Liese at 1:13, Gwydion reflected in Janey Kim's "Cornered" 1:13 to 1:15, Chris O'Malley and Heidi 1:16 to 1:18, and "Chase Osborne's "Ambrosia" 0:19 to 0:21. Chase Obsorne's "Rainbow Dark" from 0:22 to 0:25, Chase's "Evolution" from 0:26 to 0:29, Chase's "Transition" from 0:30 to 0:35, Chase's "Hope" from 0:35 to 0:39, and Chase's "Creation" at 0:40.

Douglas Alvarez's "Innocent" from 1:45 to 1:47, fading into Nathan Cartwright, working hard as usual, and his piece entitled "Midnight in the Beekeeper's". Mascorro's "Two Birds with One Stone" from 1:50 to 1:57, followed by a few more of Douglas Alvarez's pieces. Janey at 1:59, Verdelle's "Vitality" from 2:01 to 2:07, Chris O'Malley at 2:08, The backs of Chris, Janey, Mark and Stephanie, and somewhere in there was Liese, other Stephanie, and Sandy as well walking north of Spring, a shot of the gallery on the southeast corner of Spring and 4th from 2:17 to 2:22 where we see Janey, Douglas Alvarez's pieces "Look" and "No Rules" from 2:23 to 2:27, some great work from 2:28 to 2:32 (the names and author of which I regrettably can't find but I met the artist and she's very nice).

Greg Gould's Apple and Orange , 2:37 to 2:42 fade into Verdelle's "Desire" at 2:43, followed by Verdelle's "Rapture" from 2:50 to 2:56, then Mascorro's "Cry Me a River" from 2:57 to 3:04.

Carolina Fernandez "Big Fish" from 3:04 to 3:08 fades into Mikolaj Wyszynski's "Triforce" from 3:08 to 3:16, then Shay's "Twist of Fate" from 3:17 to 3:21. Annie Terrazzo's "Lookin' Good for the Apocalypse - The Truth" from 3:22 to 3:23, then Annie's "God Thinks the Universe is Flat (3) - The Truth" from 3:23 to 3:27, Annie's "Love and War Paint - New Zealand Herald / Maori Love Songs" from 3:28 to 3:29, Kast (and necklace) from 3:30 to 3:33, Andrew Long "Seaglopur" from 3:33 to 3:36, Heather Ogle "Abstracted II" from 3:38 to 3:43, Mascorro's "Blow Your Own Horn" from 3:43 to 3:46, Steve Korkis "Ares Provides Whilst Aeacus" from 3:46 to 3:49 (If you haven't seen it, check out his first piece from Beerotica 1!), Heather Ogle's "Detatchment" from 3:49 to 3:53, fading into Nick Jumblatt's hologram of the Elephant, Verdelle's "Euphoria" from 3:55 to 4:00, the photos toward the end are from Marvin Park and Christopher Hernandez, a piece called "God Help Us" from 4:18 to 4:19, Rachel van der Pol's "Figure Crouching on a Rock" from 4:20 to 4:24, and closing with a photo from Christopher Hernandez.

The music for the "York Village" portion is 16 Horsepower's "Neck on the New Blade", and the music for the Downtown Artwalk is Planning to Rock's "Boldon Wanderer".

Featured Galleries:

The Hive
The Hummingbird Collective
Spring Arts Collective
L.A. Center for Digital Art

Category: Film & Animation

Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Louise Bourgeois dies at 98; revered artist's work was a 'form of psychoanalysis' - latimes.com

Louise Bourgeois dies at 98; revered artist's work was a 'form of psychoanalysis' - latimes.com

the strangest of the strange...

the strangest of the strange...
...i am

star loves the beatles too

star loves the beatles too
yeah i love the beatles too