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Thursday, July 24, 2014

L'etoile de Mer

MAN RAY
JACQUES-ANDRÉ BOIFFARD
written by Robert Desnos

1928
Starring: 
Kiki of Montparnasse (Alice Prin)
André de la Rivière
Robert Desnos



Saturday, July 19, 2014

Street art: Daan Botlek

Soy muy fan del arte callejero, me parece un arte muy cercano a la gente, precisamente porqué todis podemos disfrutar de él sin la necesidad de pagar para verlo. Es una idea que me inspira mucho, a veces se considera el arte como algo que esta en un nivel superior a todos los mortales y puede que  se le sobrevolare en comparación con otras cosas para el fin de obtener dinero, aspecto que enfría al arte y  puede que llegue a afectar de tal manera que se piense en él como algo innecesario que solo es para ese tipo de gente con dos mercedes y una piscina olímpica en casa. 
Pero estos artistas (y otros, claro)  nos dejan claro todo lo contrario, además de transmitir la idea de sus obras, transmiten o dan a pensar en otros aspectos, son como un puente o un medio para que le demos al coco sobre el arte (para lis que queramos ir más allá).

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I am very fan of street art, cose is an art close to people, seems to me exactly why everyone can enjoy it without to pay to see it. It is an idea that inspires me much, sometimes is considered art as something that is higher level than all mortals, and can be sobrevolare if you compared with other things for the purpose of obtaining money, looking cool art and that it may affect in such a way that it thinks of it as something unnecessary, only for people with two mercedes and an olympic swimming pool at house. But these artists (and others, of course) let us clear the opposite, in addition to convey the idea of his works, transmit or give to think in other aspects about art.









Friday, July 18, 2014

Song of the day: Blurred Lines

but the...  FEMINIST PARODY! 
(Obviously) 


If you wanna sing it (surely, you want it, cose your body demand it)
You're welcome.

Every bigot shut up (x2)
Hey Hey Hey (x3)

Boy you'd better quit all your sexist ways
So hear our manifiesto to the modern age.
It's time to undermine
The masculine confines
Coz we don't wanna grind
Gri-ii-iind.

You think you're so slick,
Let me emasculate ya!
Becaouse your precious dick
Can't beat my vibrator.
We're feelin' the frustation
From all the explotation
Prepare for your castration.


(Chrous)
So we can fuck this man's world,
With all that bullshit,
Girls don't deserve it.
We ain't good girls;
We are scholastic,
Smart and sarcastic,
Not fucking plastic.
Listen mankind!

If you wanna get nasty,
Just don't harass me:
You can't just grab me:
That's a sex crime!
Yeah we don't want it
It's chauvainistic.
You're such a bigot!

What you see on tv
Doesen't speak equality,
I'ts straight up misogyny.
Don't want you to come on my face!



You think you're hunky (heyx3)
You wanna hug me (heyx3)
Don't you mean fuck me?

One thing I ask of you:
Don't assume that we all just wanna screw.
Gotta respect me for me to be your boo.
We don't want no scrubs, no we don't approve.
Need a universal role reversal,
In real life not a dress rehearsal.
Gotta resist all the gender roles,
Time to put misogyny on parole,
Put explotation on probation,
Time for you to witness our liberation!
There's more to life than penetration,
And sexual discrimination.
So tonight we ignite our civil rights,
Resist chauvinism,
Win the fight,
Coz you're livin large just like a montage
Of you and your friends actin' out Entourage.
But we ain't whores to do your household chores,
To make you sandwich when we're on all fours.
From history to herstory.
Know you got some opinions that we don't agree.
Need to call my sister Joan of A-R-C,
Bake a feminist cake, Antoniette Marie.
Yeah, guys, we got spies,
Know all you wanna do is fertilise,
But avert your eyes from my thighs,
Never tell a bitch that she gotta drop a size.
You wanna box gap? Show me your six pack.
Wanna landing strip? You'd better get ripped.
I apologise if you think my lines are crass,
Tell me how it feels to get verbally harassed.

(Chours)

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Do you know... Leeay Aikawa?

No antes de que empezara a leer regularmente Rookie, no me había interesado mucho por este tipo de collages, es más, creo que no había visto algo parecido antes. Me parecen muy graciosos, y sin duda, si no conociera algunas de las cosas (música, pintores, películas, fotógrafis, Alaska y Mario, Juan Gatti... todo influye) que conozco ahora, no creo que me hubieran gustado demasiado, seguramente me hubieran parecido raros y puede que excéntricos. Pero nada de eso, ¡me parecen unas obras desbordantes de imaginación y creatividad!

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Not until I began to regularly read Rookie, I wasn't interested in this type of collages, moreover, I believe that I had not seen something similar before. Seem to be very funny, and certainly, if not know some of the things (music, painters, films, fotografis, Alaska and Mario, Juan Gatti... everything affects) I know now, I do not think that they would have liked me too much, surely would have seemed to me rare and may be eccentric. Thanks, Rookiemag.


















collages vía Leeay Aikawa.com