Monday, 05 August 2013
Dmitry Byalik shot the “Last Dance” in North Carolina
Dear shaded viewers,
This is NY artist Dmitry Byalik’s vision of the apocalypse. Two ballerinas are performing their last dance before the end of the world.
Read the whole story on Image Noire
Saturday, 01 June 2013
"SARKO TAYLOR BAR" with Anita Sarko & Scott Taylor on SiriusXM CHANNEL 28 THE SPECTRUM Saturdays @ 11pm PST 2am EST
DJ Anita Sarko
Dear Shaded Viewers,
Downtown New York legends Anita Sarko and Scott Taylor have a new radio show which premieres tonight and is on every Saturday night. Honestly, I don't know how these radio stations work so I'm not sure how the Shaded Audience outside of the U.S. can hear it, but if you're in the States, it's on at 11am pacifice standard time and 2am eastern standard time.
Artist Scott Taylor
Here's more info:
join Scotty Taylor and Anita Sarko for the debut of "Sarko Taylor Bar"
on SIRIUSXM...channel 28: The Spectrum. The first show is this Sat NIGHT
(6/1) at 11PM PST/ 2AM SUNDAY
MORNING EST. Our guests: JOEY ARIAS & AUGUST DARNELL. Talk, music,
hanging out... gossip, laughter, mayhem...no censorship/no commercials.
Upcoming guests include Michael Musto, Lisa Edelstein, Anthony Haden-Guest, Kenny Scharf & Marc Balet, Allan Tannenbaum, Coati Mundi w/ Kier Kirby & Adriana Kaegi, Jon "Mole" Baker & Perri Lister, Annie Flanders, Fred Schneider, Smutty Smith...
Hope you can tune in. And see you tomorrow at Low Life at HOWL with the Jackie 60 crew in Tompkins Square Park...
Friday, 31 May 2013
POPARCHIVES BY DUSTIN PITTMAN - ANDY WARHOL'S TAYLOR MEAD
FROM THE PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNALS OF PHOTOGRAPHER DUSTIN PITTMAN
Taylor Mead, my friend of 40 years passed away this month. I directed Taylor in 4 independent films and shot hundreds of images of him. I will miss him.
RIP TAYLOR MEAD
TAYLOR MEAD PHOTOGRAPHED BY DUSTIN PITTMAN
Wednesday, 13 February 2013
GHOST NEBULA @presentfuture_
Tuesday, 15 January 2013
DOT MATRIX - TEXT BY CHOCOLATECAKEHover + Peek Interactive dot matrix bookcover! Roll your mouse over the dots to reveal more. I Married My Mother by Hilary Maraney. A literary memoir in the vein of a Japanese I-Novel. Published by Dinky-Bloc. I Married My Mother uncovers the complex relationship between a mother and daughter, from a dreamlike quality of wonder to fragile emotional states. A surreal memoir about a little girl growing up in Cape town in the fifties,set against the backdrop of a white middle class society, seen through the eyes and voice of the child. A holographic journey into the psychological effects of hosting the ‘enemy within', the heroine scarred by the myriad reflections of her mother’s negative entities. The twisted and haunted Tale uncovers The Rape Machine in Cape Town South Africa circa 1960 Follow Little Robot’s micro-story DD Delete + Disqualify #RAPE Erase consonants & vowels R/A/P/E_ #endviolenceagainstwomen Now an Amazon Digital Solutions, Inc eBook! 4rm - chocolatecake
Friday, 05 October 2012
Buenos Arias by Alfredo Arias
Buenos Arias by ALFREDO ARIAS
"HERMANAS" at PETIT THEATRE MONTPARNASSE
31, rue de la Gaite 75014 Paris
Until November 2O12
Marco de Rivera
Sunday, 01 July 2012
Andrea Cammarosano, "Invisible Bestfriend" at RA Paris - by Silvia Bombardini
Dear Shaded Viewers and Diane,
A curiously assorted, curiously relaxed irresistible crowd gathered together earlier tonight at RA in Paris, in a luminous and delighted half-circle before Andrea Cammarosano's little theatre of swinging polka-dots. Walter Van Beirendonck was there, who Andrea used to assist in his early days after an unfailing Antwerp Academy graduation, before happily moving to San Francisco where he currently lives and works. There were Sayoko and Stephane and Shinya Midnite, Kokon To Zai's Sasha Bezovski and Marjan Pejoski, Marite Mastina and Rolands Peterkops from Latvia, Mundi Vondi from Iceland and Thoas Lindner from Berlin. Andrea Cammarosano's "Invisible Bestfriend" show and performance featured two pensive, silky characters deeply absorbed in a silent dressing-up game, somehow longing for one another and yet blissfully blind to anyone but the photographers leaning over the stage. Andrea's spring 2013 collection offers free, joyful combinations of bright contrasting outlines and handmade prints, a lot of mustard, and a precious sartorial quality of Italian roots hidden just below a wildly casual attitude.
Tuesday, 24 April 2012
GISELLE - TEXT BY CHOCOLATECAKE
Backstage with Cape Town City Ballet
Artscape Opera House
1st performed in Paris in 1841
'The ballet tells the story of a peasant girl named Giselle whose ghost,
after her premature death, protects her lover from the vengeance of a group of evil
female spirits called Wilis_more'
Photos by Little Robot
Wednesday, 29 February 2012
GIOACCHINO ROSSINI LA CENERENTOLA AT STAATSOPER HAMBURG
Great costumes and sets.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012
416 MINUTES-A Cross-Platform Project. Screening this week in NYC.--Jessica Trent
An invitation from the talented Ivan Talijancic, co-founder and co-artistic director of Wax Factory. I heard so many great things about Ivan and his work last fall from Haans Nicholas Mott, who collaborated with Wax Factory on this project. When I met Ivan at the Siki Im show in September, it was one of those BOOM moments that rolled into a non-stop conversation for an hour or more as though we were old friends. He has a truly brilliant point of view and an unlimited creative vision. A very, very short version of this work screened at A Shaded View On Fashion Film in Paris in October. I encourage anyone in New York to step out and experience this.
416 MINUTES (part one)
a WaxFactory project
January 9 (Mon), 7.30pm
January 12 (Thu), 7.30pm
Esopus Space, 64 West 3rd Street
New York City
Admission is FREE.
Space is limited, RSVP to HQ@waxfactory.org to reserve a seat.
Join us for a special in-progress screening of 416 MINUTES an extraordinary new cross-platform project currently in development as a feature-film and a live cinema installation/performance. Offering a rare glimpse into the company’s creative process and devised in collaboration with artists from Japan and Europe, this new work is inspired by the imagination of Haruki Murakami. 416 MINUTES shadows an actress whose escape from the film studio sets her on a trail of chance encounters during the hours of the night when things take on a particularly eerie glow.
Conceived and directed by Ivan Talijancic.
Collaborators: Cecilia Albertini, Gillian Chadsey, Ryan Gingery, Jun Kim, Erika Latta, Masha Yakovenko, Antonio Giacomin, Haans Nicholas Mott, Miha Klemenčič, Takeo Suzuki, Kristen Paynter, Alexander Andreev, Jonas Borra, Aya Chiwata, Nathan Guisinger, Thomas Hagen, Michael McMahon, Igor Sunara