Today’s Excerpt from The Digital Nomad Manifesto
The forms of dance that migrate across electronic dance floors, across the subset genres and across global geography, illustrate dance as a function of release, of communication, as a building block of a complex techno culture.
From The Digital Nomad Manifesto: coming Spring 2014
Silly look. On point music geekery.
Hmm I recognize this
The lovely animation of Tia Dunn. Playing March 3rd @poetinnewyork hosting @bowerypoetry #sheishoneybrown
Under the Manhattan Bridge in a storm…not too much but snow going on. Time to think of others, time to wonder how we all do this…how we persist and build and die and leave legacies…all that…and a cup of tea.
As snow came down in the magic land of cobblestones and the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges, DUMBO had a gift for me: PJ Gauthier and Sons Christmas Trees. They were on a corner, right by a building I used to live in, selling trees and finding warmth in their delivery car. The Maine license plates told some of the story, Peter came out and told me some of the rest. You can call them him for a delivery or to learn more about Peter’s leap from art directing into tree directing. Take-out and delivery, this is some of what makes New York a great place, especially at Christmas, especially with these types of New Yorkers. PS-if you want to see what else I saw on my travels in the snow, visit my website.
What’s the secret to a long, happy union? I ask.
A sly smile.
"Answer the phone."
I want Hunger Games to stir up a revolution’
"The veteran actor who plays tyrannical president Coriolanus Snow in the blockbuster series talks about films as political activism – plus cinema villains and happy marriages"
My commentary is that his political logic is kind of flawed.. Yet we share a common dream, to build a bridge of hope and trust for future generations.
VOGUE Nippon, May 2010. Entitled “The Girl From Atlantis”, inspired by Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2010 “Plato’s Atlantis” collection.
Model: Alla KostromichevaPhotographer: Solve SundsboStylist: George Cortina
Let the sirens call us home