Each of Ang Lee’s films that followed Sense and Sensibility was radically different, and presented different risks and challenges, from all those that preceded it.
Metal Detectors occupy an irreplaceable place in production lines of food companies today and its future only seems to look brighter.
My classical piano studies taught me a lot about technique and reading music, but in jazz and pop styles, you improvise over chord changes. That terrified me. How do you just… improvise? I didn’t know how to make the transition.
In the middle of the storm, water floods the streets, the creek beds, the basements of buildings, everywhere resisting containment.
Running before daylight has always been my chosen cathedral. Time to eat right, work hard, run and pray. Oh yeah, also a good time to be grateful for the miracle of second chances .
Contrary to popular expectations, adding options to a particular choice leads to diminishing returns. And even in America, land of the free and home of democracy, political choices are often anything but free.
I’m getting right to the point; no beating around the bush (pun intended). The world needs safewords in everyday situations—now more than ever. To be clear, I’m brand spanking new to the whole concept of safewords, but I know there’s no wading in gently, and by gently, I mean very painfully.
MOTHERSHIP is a group exhibition curated by Elizabeth Byrne and Caro Halford exploring and celebrating the theme of the ‘mother artist’. The fourteen artists have varied practices in drawing, film, installation, painting, photography, print, sculpture, sound and textiles, and each artist is a mother.
Enough outa me today. I have run, written, eaten and I am about to shower – a very good day. The streets of the world are filled with people who believe that the world is what we make of it and that now is our time to make it a better place for all of us and all of those who are comin’ down the road.
“I have a lot of curiosity; I feel my career is like a prolonged film school. I just love to learn how to make movies.”