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Être Là + Where You Are is Who You Are = Solitude & Claudie Hunzinger

Posted by on Nov 20, 2014 in Art, Books, Care, Dance, France, Ideas, Idées, Music, Now, Peace, Sci/Nat, Women |

Another way to be and to think — Une autre manière d’être et de penser: “When we are alone, we lose our identity. We spread out into everything that surrounds us, we become what surrounds us… if one is outside, one becomes absolutely what one sees. We become the air, we become the forests, one becomes the grass. – Quand on est seul, on perd son identité. On se déploie dans tout ce qui vous entoure, on devient ce qui vous entoure… if one is outside, one becomes absolutely what one sees. We become the air, we become the forests, one becomes the grass.” […]

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Drones For Fun…

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Afri, Dance, Humor, Peace, Spectacle, Tech, Theater, Video, Wars |

… and neither for war nor for business! A collaboration between the Cirque du Soleil, Verity Studios and ETH Zurich. “Intimacy, wonder, playfulness and grace… Is there a future for this in the performing arts? Absolutely, we’re just getting started.” – Raffaello D’Andrea, Professor at ETH Zurich, Founder of Verity Studios AG – “Each of the quadcopters that you see in the film has a name, a personality and even some element of motivation.” Welby Altidor, Montreal, Canada (Executive Director of Creations/Executive Creative Director/Creative Content at Cirque du Soleil) [Clips Included]

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How Salsa Tradition Moves On

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Dance, Education, Hispanic, Music, Youth |

Through monkey-see, monkey-do exploitation…
It is very nice to have children perform well but performance is a **theatrical** activity. Much in our cultural landscape consists of duplicating (well at times) what has **already** been done. Creativity involves being lost, not knowing what to do next…. Rapid answers are only shortcuts… My School of No Media tries to address some of this. […]

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Center – By Any Means Necessary

Posted by on Nov 6, 2013 in Care, Dance, Health, Human Rights, Middle-East, Mystery, Native, Photo, Politics, Wars, Women |

One of many yoga asanas in Palestine: If they can do it on the rocky terrain against the West Bank hills on outskirts of Bethlehem. Amongst the winners of the 2013 Magnum Foundation Emergency Fund: Tanya Habjouqa for Occupied Pleasures – From her website: “Occupied pleasures brings together glimmers of hope, dignity and laughter; all of which override the emblematic stresses of an occupied reality.” […]

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