Jim Avignon and the voice of irrationality
I was in Colone last weekend and visited the TEAPOT Galerie where I enjoyed the exhibition and performance from Jim Avignon "The voice of irrationality." Jazzy colours, brimming phantasy, humouros.
Neoangin, a One-Man-Band. Loud. Performativ and critical. Out of it. Very close – and the small hydralic ramp wiggled ugly. Working, Travelling, Painting and Performance. Speed not only within arts. Jim Avignon gives everything, not only on stage. Pop-Up art in the narrow sense of the world.
You are what you eat.
Who doesn't know those evenings, going home after work in the rain and you know that a long evening and even a longer weekend lies in front of you. Longing for a hot bath and a filled refrigirator. That is how this place turns into a treasury of secret pleasures.
"You Are What You Eat" is a project from the photographer Mark Menjivar from San Antonio, Texas, who travelled through the land for three years to document this private treasury. He was exploring the effect the consumtion of food is having on individuals and our society. Until the third of february 2013 it is shown in Brooklyn 0.00156 acres, if somebody maybe is around.