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little update about me, for those of you who care. I just started college this week and have booked a couple shows in the columbus area so I'm really excited for that. As far as the music goes much more is to come!
808 Melody Challenge by Thrill Beatzz
Had fun doing this... i promise you, this is all 808s with filters and different effects. enjoy
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Road Trip from South West of France to Spain Desert
French photographer Léo Coulongeat, who photographed the Death Valley, made a road trip from the South West of France to the Spanish Desert. Between sand areas, surf sessions, he made us discovering with a natural grain, a wild region where man is in communion with his environment.
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Jane Campion Brings Bonkers Back With ‘Top of the Lake: China Girl’
By Farah Cheded
Returning after 4 years is Top of the Lake, Jane Campion’s ambitious small-screen experiment in dishevelling the police drama, normally so sleek and methodical, to create a bizarre new breed: part-farce, part-noir.
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Manifesta 12 to provide ‘blueprint’ for development of Sicilian capital
Manifesta, the nomadic European biennial, is taking the long view for its 12th edition in Palermo, Sicily, next year. On 1 July it unveiled the Palermo Atlas, an urban study conducted by the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), the research and design studio of Rem Koolhaas, that is billed as a blueprint for the citys long-term future development. The firm, led by its Sicilian-born partner Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, was appointed one of the creative mediators co-organising the 2018 event last November.
Together with Manifestas director Hedwig Fijen and Palermos newly re-elected veteran mayor Leoluca Orlando, Pestellini Laparelli presented an interdisciplinary biennial that will serve as a sustainable platform for social change, according to a press statement. Orlando, a campaigner for migrant rights who gained prominence for his strong anti-mafia stance in the 1980s and 1990s, described the joint commitment of the City Hall and Manifesta to develop a biennial that is truly engaged with Palermos cultural richness, its history, hospitality, spirit of peaceful co-existence and the citys vision for the future.
The announcement was made in the biennials new temporary home, Palermos Teatro Garibaldi, which opens to the public on 13 July. The former theatre will host Aspettando Manifesta 12 (waiting for Manifesta 12), an archival exhibition tracing Manifestas history from its first edition in Rotterdam (1996) to recent incarnations in St Petersburg (2014) and Zurich (2016), as well as film screenings, educational tours and workshops, a library and a caf. It is due to become one of the biennials main venues when it opens on 15 June (until 4 November 2018).
While the details of the exhibitions and artists projects planned for Manifesta 12 remain under wraps, our Italian sister newspaper Il Giornale dellArte reports that the collateral events programme, called 5x5x5, will include five open studios, five shows by young artists and collaborations with five Italian and international institutions. Local and regional museums and cultural organisations will be invited to submit proposals for collateral events in September.
The overall curatorial conceptto be developed by Pestellini Laparelli and the Swiss curator Mirjam Varadinis, the Spanish architect Andrs Jaque and the Dutch filmmaker and journalist Bregtje van der Haakis expected to be announced by the end of July.
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