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clayton cubitt - Hysterical Literature: Session One: Stoya by JoFF Rae

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You’ll want to be on headphones for this one.

Hysterical Literature: Session One: Stoya

Stoya visits the studio and reads from Necrophilia Variations by Supervert.

Stoya’s thoughts on the session.

Update: Supervert’s thoughts on the session.

Update: Hello Reddit and Gawker

Update: Hysterical Literature: Session Two: Alicia

(Source: youtube.com)

 

Cultures Of Resistance: Official Trailer by JoFF Rae

Cultures of Resistance: The Official Trailer  
   ARTIVIST  : guerrilla screenings/ summer/ 2012-13/ Guilty of ART!//  
  
 Does each gesture really make a difference? Can music and dance be weapons of peace? Director Iara Lee embarked on a two-year, five-continent trek to find out. From MALI, where the music of Tuareg resistance rises from the desert, to BURMA, where monks acting in the tradition of Gandhi take on a dictatorship, moving on to BRAZIL, where musicians reach out to slum kids and transform guns into guitars, and ending in PALESTINIAN refugee camps in LEBANON, where photography, music, and film have given a voice to those rarely heard, CULTURES OF RESISTANCE explores how art and creativity can be the ammunition in the battle for peace and justice. 
 
 Featuring: Medellín poets for peace, Capoeira masters from Brazil, Niger Delta militants, Iranian graffiti artists, women’s movement leaders in Rwanda, Lebanon’s refugee filmmakers, U.S. political pranksters, Argentina’s Madres de Plaza de Mayo, indigenous Kayapó activists from the Xingu, Israeli dissidents, hip-hop artists from Palestine, and many more... 
 Check out the website for more information:
culturesofresistance.org/film 
 
   
   
   
 
  downloadable = posters / flyers / postcards 
    
   
   
   
  

Cultures of Resistance: The Official Trailer

ARTIVIST : guerrilla screenings/ summer/ 2012-13/ Guilty of ART!//

Does each gesture really make a difference? Can music and dance be weapons of peace? Director Iara Lee embarked on a two-year, five-continent trek to find out. From MALI, where the music of Tuareg resistance rises from the desert, to BURMA, where monks acting in the tradition of Gandhi take on a dictatorship, moving on to BRAZIL, where musicians reach out to slum kids and transform guns into guitars, and ending in PALESTINIAN refugee camps in LEBANON, where photography, music, and film have given a voice to those rarely heard, CULTURES OF RESISTANCE explores how art and creativity can be the ammunition in the battle for peace and justice.

Featuring: Medellín poets for peace, Capoeira masters from Brazil, Niger Delta militants, Iranian graffiti artists, women’s movement leaders in Rwanda, Lebanon’s refugee filmmakers, U.S. political pranksters, Argentina’s Madres de Plaza de Mayo, indigenous Kayapó activists from the Xingu, Israeli dissidents, hip-hop artists from Palestine, and many more...

Check out the website for more information:
culturesofresistance.org/film

 

 

downloadable = posters / flyers / postcards

 

 

 

 

Angus and Julia Stone - Big Jet Plane [Official Music Video] by JoFF Rae

"Big Jet Plane" by Angus and Julia Stone from Down The Way. Directed by Kiku Ohe.

Download on iTunes: ‪http://bit.ly/aUZr8N‬

 

Links:

‪http://www.facebook.com/AngusAndJulia‬

‪http://www.twitter.com/angusjuliastone‬

"Big Jet Plane" Lyrics:

 

She said "hello mister, please to meet ya"

I wanna hold her, I wanna kiss her

She smelled of daisies, smelled of daisies

She drive me crazy, drive me crazy

 

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Hey hey

Hey hey

 

Be my lover, my lady river

Can I take ya, take ya higher

 

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Hey hey

Hey hey

 

Gonna hold ya, gonna kiss ya in my arms

Gonna take ya away from harm

Gonna hold ya, gonna kiss ya in my arms

Gonna take ya away from harm

 

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Gonna take her for a ride on a big jet plane

Hey hey

Hey hey

 

STREET ART -- THE NEW GENERATION 10.02.2012 - 27.05.2012 @ Pori Art Museum by JoFF Rae

A film by Henry Lämsä & Topi Tirri.

 

Artists:

Blu, Bujahuli, C.Finley, Dolk, Egs, Eyesaw, Frank, Icy & Sot, Invader, Jussi TwoSeven, Magda Sayeg -Knitta, Please, Lapro & Xeugux (Multicoloured Dreams), LA-Tino & P.A.Roni, M-city, Mentalgassi, Otto Maja, Toasters, Slinkachu, Anton Wiraeus

 

10.02.2012 - 27.05.2012 @ Pori Art Museum

 

Street Art -- The New Generation is an exhibition and a public art project showcasing street artists who operate on a global scale. Among the featured talents are top names in European street working in Berlin, London and Paris, as well as artists from Italy, Norway, the United States, Iran, Poland, Sweden and Finland. They will create works in the galleries of the Pori Art Museum as well as public artworks in both indoor and outdoor spaces around Pori. Some of the works will be made in collaboration with local actors, such as people from youth and recreational services of the city.

 

The exhibition will continue from Pori Art Museum to Denmark. It will be on view in Kunsthallen Brandts in Odense in the autumn 2012.

 

Links:

‪http://www.poriartmuseum.fi/‬

‪http://nimi.blogspot.com/‬

‪http://www.makeyourmark.fi/‬

 

In co-operation with:

Amnesty International Finnish section,

Andipa Gallery (London), Asunto oy Porin Antinkatu 12, Make Your Mark Garage / Gallery (Helsinki), Myymälä2 (Helsinki), Finnish--Norwegian Culture Institute (Helsinki), Royal Norwegian Embassy (Helsinki), Youth Workshop of the City of Pori, City of Pori -- Town Planning Division, City of Pori - Technical Services Centre, Porin Puuvilla/Renor, Veikko Lehti Oy, VR.

Ngātahi - Know The Links/ Te Kupu by JoFF Rae

 

Director/producer/camera/editor - Dean Hapeta aka Te Kupu

Thursday 7 June 2012 - Adam Auditorium, City Gallery Wellington / 18:00 until 21:00

Ngātahi - Know The Links is a six part rapumentary on street arts and activism amongst native and marginalised people in twenty-two countries.

Creator Dean Hapeta aka Te Kupu presents the latest and final part in this series and will be in attendance to answer questions about his work.

Part six features interviews and footage from Budapest (Hungary), Belgrade (Serbia), Beijing (China), Rio De Janeiro and São Paulo (Brazil). Giving viewers access to expressions, sights and sounds not usually experienced outside of progressive discourse and conscious Hiphop circles.

In production since 2000 and filmed in 22 countries the complete series is over nine hours duration packaged in a six DVD box set (single episodes are also available).

Official selection at Sundance Film Festival 2004 (Festival Cut), part five screened on Māori Television in 2009.

Solidarity, a 23 minute music documentary on Upper Hutt Posse’s visit to the USA as guests of the Nation of Islam in 1990, will also be screened. 

Koha / Gold Coin entry

00:00:00 - OPENING TITLES
DJ KLJAY (Brazil)
From the poorest to the richest everyone wants to have power, to control something or someone / And that’s why the world lives in conflict, in wars, lives with inequalities / Love is left as the 2nd, 3rd or 4th plan

MIA LEE (China)
So it’s very controlled what you can do here, and it’s very controlled what kind of information you can get

OSTALINDA (Hungary)
So we do not actually know how many attacks or how many violent incidents there might be.

YOUNG KIN (China)
I think actions are louder than words

OSTALINDA
They have been informed that this is happening and they choose not to do anything about it, then we can sue the government 

YOUNG KIN (China)
In the end of the day if you’re not really helping the community and if you’re not really helping you know like kids in the society you ain’t doing shit

CESAR – (Brazil)
A verdade é mais poderosa do que o eu
Truth is more powerful than self

YOUNG KIN (China)
When some people are starving they’re like man I don’t give a fuck, I’ll kill you for some food, how about that

FUNK BUIA (Brazil)
Hiphop in Brazil gets stronger mainly because it’s social

CESAR
Fala bonito, mas não me iludo
You’re a sweet talker but I’m not fooled
Ganha propina e tira onda como deluvio
You get illegal money and think you’re cool
Nao pega nada.. 
You don’t get anything
O ritmo é de festa 
The rhythm (is) like a party
Goza o ano inteiro o decimo quarto 
Enjoy the 14th wage the whole year
É o que interessa – o que nao presta..
It’s all that matters, (that) what doesn’t matter
É o que me resta? Sobrou pra gente
It’s what is left for me, left for us
Imposto pra caralho, pro salario do presidente 
A fucken load of tax for the presidents salary