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Sat, May. 16th, 2009 09:54 am
The end of Love is the End of Art

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(Anonymous)
Tue, May. 19th, 2009 03:17 am (UTC)
with a feast

And here comes the conclusion, with a feast:










I could not stay beyond this ending, my sister was waiting outside with her offspring, but, I wished in my imagination, that the audience could take a bite from that pasta. I hadn't had any food that day and started salivatining when I saw the feast. It was a priviledge to see the performance twice and two times I left the gallery with bundle of inspiration.


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(Anonymous)
Tue, May. 19th, 2009 05:29 am (UTC)
Re: with a feast

Perhaps her spell doesn't work through YouTube mediation. Two of my friends who went to see the show were crazy about this performance artist. But i am lost here without experiencing the show live.


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(Anonymous)
Tue, May. 19th, 2009 06:13 am (UTC)
Re: with a feast

I don't think it's about the performance as much as it is about the art piece itself but I dont disagree with you, it doesnt mean as great as it was live: a bite of serenity and of madness, chaos and calm, insanity and innocence. I really am in owe and inspired by Aki and Momus. I don't guarantee the same effect on any of you though. I notice that not too much commenting was done about this and am happy that at least I and few others understood what it was about.

Exercise: Imagine being there for a few good hours. At some point you must think of something, what would that be? Don't forget, even though you are not speaking, you are taking part in an art installation. Oh, you can actually speak but only to yourself...


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