domingo, outubro 31, 2004


sábado de costura.
domingo de almoço com amiga que voltou.

segunda de passeio pelo centro.
madrugada de obra.
terça de sex and the city.

eu preciso de mtas coisas.
uma delas é essa meia:

terça-feira, outubro 26, 2004

é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
nata no tokei wa tomete imasu ka
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
otenki ga sadamarimashita desho ka
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
suzushiku arimashita
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
Nihon e ikitai desu
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
me too
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
doo iu imidesu ka
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
Eru saizu desu. Kono taipu ga ii desu
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
podia ter uns palavrões
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
Taiso semai
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
honto ni
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
nanto kirei desuuuuuuuuuuuuu
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
ai meu deus...
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
traduz essa: a so desuka?
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
nan demo arimasen
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
machigate imasu
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:
nan desu ka
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
é mentira, tchu tchu, é mentira diz:

usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu diz:
nihon go de hanashimasu ka "foquiu"
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
sono toori desu
usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu diz:
nanto kirei desuuuuuuuuuuuu

Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
nihon go de hanashimasu ka "locomia"?
usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu diz:
kore wa totemo muzukashi
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
hitori de benkyo shimasu
usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu diz:
locomia = sarimata
Tatiana .:. warui otenki desu diz:
foquiu = anata
usso desu, tchu tchu, usso desu diz:
So desu ka. Arigato

tudo graças ao melhor site dos últimos tempos: notícias do brasil.


Por 30 dias - e só 30 dias - Belo Horizonte vai ganhar um espaço único: a casa Ototoi.

De zero hora do dia 15 de novembro a meia-noite do dia 14 de dezembro serão 720 horas de programação musical. 30 festas, 30 shows, vídeo a la carte, workshops, uma incubadora de projetos culturais, bar e café, tudo no mesmo lugar, aberto 24 horas por dia, por 30 dias. E pronto. Depois, já era.

Quer saber tudo o que vai acontecer na casa Ototoi? Entra aqui.

Last but not least: Ototoi é excelente. Em tupi.

onde vai ser? na ex-casa goya.
que bom que o jefferson existe.

domingo, outubro 24, 2004

conde drá
conde drá
conde drá-cu-la

quarta-feira, outubro 20, 2004

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segunda-feira, outubro 18, 2004

Catuaba, por favor - Uma noite de balanço brazuca
sábado, 16/outubro.
na Obra.

Apesar de você
Chico Buarque/1970

Hoje você é quem manda
Falou, tá falado
Não tem discussão
A minha gente hoje anda
Falando de lado
E olhando pro chão, viu
Você que inventou esse estado
E inventou de inventar
Toda a escuridão
Você que inventou o pecado
Esqueceu-se de inventar
O perdão

Apesar de você
Amanhã há de ser
Outro dia
Eu pergunto a você
Onde vai se esconder
Da enorme euforia
Como vai proibir
Quando o galo insistir
Em cantar
Água nova brotando
E a gente se amando
Sem parar

Quando chegar o momento
Esse meu sofrimento
Vou cobrar com juros, juro
Todo esse amor reprimido
Esse grito contido
Este samba no escuro
Você que inventou a tristeza
Ora, tenha a fineza
De desinventar
Você vai pagar e é dobrado
Cada lágrima rolada
Nesse meu penar

Apesar de você
Amanhã há de ser
Outro dia
Inda pago pra ver
O jardim florescer
Qual você não queria
Você vai se amargar
Vendo o dia raiar
Sem lhe pedir licença
E eu vou morrer de rir
Que esse dia há de vir
Antes do que você pensa

Apesar de você
Amanhã há de ser
Outro dia
Você vai ter que ver
A manhã renascer
E esbanjar poesia
Como vai se explicar
Vendo o céu clarear
De repente, impunemente
Como vai abafar
Nosso coro a cantar
Na sua frente

Apesar de você
Amanhã há de ser
Outro dia
Você vai se dar mal
Etc. e tal

1970 © by Cara Nova Editora Musical Ltda. Av. Rebouças, 1700 CEP 057402-200 - São Paulo - SP
Todos os direitos reservados. Copyright Internacional Assegurado. Impresso no Brasil

segunda-feira, outubro 11, 2004

Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformed
By Gina Frey

For as long as painters have applied pigment to canvas, or artisans have perfected their craft, the flower—in all its symbolism, fragility, and mysterious allure—has been the perfect subject.

For John Smith, assistant director of collections and research at The Andy Warhol Museum, the flower motif is a “great cultural touchstone” and an ideal framework through which to examine Andy Warhol’s voluminous body of artwork. Smith is the curator of, Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformed, the kick-off exhibition of The Warhol’s yearlong 10th anniversary celebration. The exhibition, which opens May 16, uses Warhol’s many flower-themed works as the foundation for a broader examination of the flower in art.

“ On the occasion of the Museum’s 10th anniversary, we wanted to start looking at Warhol’s work thematically, rather than chronologically,” says Smith. “The subject of flowers gives us the perfect first opportunity to play with this new way of looking at the collection.”

In order to illustrate where Warhol’s works fall within the rich history of floral art, Smith has gathered more than 150 paintings, photographs, decorative pieces, textiles, botanical prints, glass works, and contemporary sculptures from artists as diverse as the 17th-century Dutch painter Ernst Stuven, Eduoard Manet, Claude Monet, Robert Mapplethorpe, contemporary British artist Anya Gallacio, and contemporary American artist Jim Hodges. Spanning more than six centuries of floral artwork, the exhibition examines the beauty, symbolism, and scientific significance of flowers by looking at how Warhol and others have interpreted them.

Warhol’s Floral Works
Warhol turned to the flower for inspiration time and again. In the 1950s, he made drawings of flowers in the tradition of representational still life. Blotted-line daisies, roses, and gold-foiled irises appeared in early commissioned artworks and book illustrations. He returned to the floral still life in 1974, with a series of screen prints based on Japanese ikebana arrangements.

It was in 1964, however, that Warhol embarked on one of his most successful projects using the flower motif. In a series of paintings based on a photograph of hibiscus blossoms, Warhol drenched the flowers’ floppy shape with vibrant color and set them against a background of rich undergrowth, transforming them into psychedelic indoor décor. Smith sees similarities between these 1964 Flowers and Japanese prints, as well as Claude Monet’s famous Water Lilies. In fact, art critic David Bourdon noted in a Village Voice article in 1964 that the flowers appear to float right off the canvas, “like cut-out gouaches by Matisse set adrift on Monet’s lily pond.”

“Flowers in art and culture have been ubiquitous since the beginning of recorded art history,” says Smith. “The floral theme wasn’t any more exhausted when Warhol was doing it than when 17th-century Dutch painters or the Impressionists were. But Warhol was sly; he was always playing with traditional art historical themes.”

A Source and Symbol of Life
The value of an exhibition as extensive and wide-ranging as Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformed is in how its breadth illuminates the symbolic role the flower has come to play in art and culture. It was in the Renaissance period that the flower escaped the clutches of its long-held religious symbolism and came into its own as a subject worthy of pictorial representation in the Western world—as a symbol of the natural cycle of life.

During this era, flowers took center stage in vanitas paintings, which were perfected by Dutch artists in the 16th- and 17th-centuries and are represented in this exhibition by works by Caspar Peter van Verbruggen, Jan van Os, Ernst Stuven, and others. These still-life paintings depict lush bouquets of exotic flowers in full bloom, cut and arranged in ornate vases. Commiss-ioned by the wealthy and the royal, these paintings adorned sitting parlors and complimented exquisitely upholstered furniture.

The paintings appear to celebrate the wealth of the patron, but close readings reveal that they also had symbolic meaning. Artists often used the paintings to send messages to their wealthy clients about the fragile nature
of their earthly possessions, the dangers of arrogance and pride, and the inevitability of their death. In one painting in the exhibition, flowers bearing dewdrops draw attention to their comparatively short lifespan and insects feed upon the arrangement’s succulent leaves. In another, tiny blossoms show signs of wilting and decay. In a time when smallpox and countless other
diseases plagued Europeans, these paintings served as subtle reminders of
the brevity of life.

Other artists in Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformedhave approached the notion of the flower as a symbol of life rather overtly.

One of the most delicate and quietly beautiful contemporary pieces in the exhibition is a sculpture by Yoshihiro Suda. A young artist from Japan, Yoshihiro carves fragile, hyper-realistic, life-size, wood sculptures of common weeds and flowers like camellias, roses, and magnolias. His work is represented in this exhibition by a 1998 sculpture entitled, Tulip. In the piece, the yellow petals of a solitary tulip fall away from their stem and tumble down the gallery wall as if guided by a swirling breeze. Installed within an otherwise empty gallery, the work demands silent introspection on the ephemeral quality of life.

Anya Gallaccio also deals with the temporal quality of flowers. Her piece, preserve beauty, includes 800 live red gerbera daisies pressed between sheets of glass. Throughout the course of the exhibition, the flowers will begin to brown and wither beneath the glass, creating a kind of natural performance art that speaks volumes.

Tokens and Tributes
While flowers have symbolized both life and death, they are also widely used to commemorate it. Funereal flowers speak volumes when words can’t be found and function as a universally accepted and appreciated form of memorial. Smith and the curatorial staff at the museum believe Warhol’s 1964 Flowers paintings may have been created as a kind of tribute to the slain President John F. Kennedy. Warhol created the works along with his portraits of the grieving Jacqueline Kennedy only months after the assassination.

The contemporary artist Tom Burr has used Warhol’s 1964 Flowers series as inspiration for his own floral tribute. His 2003 work, Clumped, depicts two black vinyl flowers in the shape of Warhol’s famous series set against a black backdrop. In addition to being a dark reference to Warhol’s work, Burr created the piece as a commemoration of the heyday of 1970s gay underground culture.

The themes and symbolism to be found in Flowers Observed, Flowers Transformed are as varied as the works themselves, and interpretive explorations of these themes—such as the sensual and poetic associations and uses of flowers through the ages or the scientific and medicinal properties of specific flowers—will be interwoven with the display of artwork.

Says Smith: “I hope the wide variety of work in the exhibition not only will highlight the nearly inexhaustible creativity with which artists have approached this subject, but also will remind visitors of the powerfully resonant role flowers continue to play
in our culture.”

sexta-feira, outubro 08, 2004


- lighting bolt: eu esperava mais. músicas enormes, nem tão legais assim. rafa gimenéz (abaixo) exagerou.

- lá vai porva: um fazendeiro comandando uma banda - de três corações, se não me engano - com 3 guitarras (que nem iron maiden e não sei mais quem), baixo e bateria. eles pareciam saídos de 1989, no máximo. bandanas, caveirinhas, cabelos compridos à la metal ruim, muitos solos. a melhor letra: "pão de queijo, pão de queijo, pão de queijo, pão de queijo!". devem fazer sucesso no interiorzão. na capital não colou. e o show não acabava nunca.

- astronautas: prejudicados pelos roceiros empolgados. gostei bastante, mas não aguentei ficar até o final. vou pegar um cd emprestado e qdo eles voltarem a bh assisito o show direito.

- sujeito maldito (site): letras loucas, som mais louco ainda. bem interessante.

quinta-feira, outubro 07, 2004

fiquei curiosa:

Concierto The Lighting Bolt
Pinta una estampa musical bien bucólica. La más bucólica y apacible. Dos regordetes y rubios jovencitos cantando folk pastoral en un verde prado a la orilla de un río. Bien. Ahora dale la vuelta por completo. ¿Qué tenemos aquí? Piensa en Sonic Youth en medio de una terrible indigestión de hongos alucinógenos, en Fugazi con un ataque de mal genio homicida. Multiplícalo por cuatro. Más o menos así suenan The Lightning Bolt. Loquísimo hardcore casi instrumental, noise rock tocado desde dentro de una lavadora en pleno centrifugado, alaridos llegados del mas allá, free jazz hecho por y para dementes. Un concentrado de punk minimalista y salvaje por cortesía de esta temible pareja de norteamericanos. MUY underground. ¿No eras tan valiente? / Rafa Gimenéz

domingo, outubro 03, 2004


pra eu lembrar de pegar qdo o kazaa resolver funcionar:

* trilha de lost in translation -site- (um dos melhores filmes que eu vi nos últimos tempos. lindo demais, emocionante, delicado. posso dizer que teve influência numa coisa que fiz semana passada.)

1. Intro/Tokyo
2. City Girl - Kevin Shields
3. Fantino - Sebastian Tellier
4. Tommib - Squarepusher
5. Girls - Death In Vegas
6. Goodbye - Kevin Shields
7. Too Young - Phoenix
8. Kaze Wo Atsumete - Happy End
9. On The Subway - Brian Reitzell & Roger J Manning Jr
10. Ikebana - Kevin Shields
11. Sometimes - My Bloody Valentine
12. Alone In Kyoto - Air
13. Shibuya - Brian Reitzell & Roger J Manning Jr
14. Are You Awake? - Kevin Shields
15. Just Like Honey - The Jesus & Mary Chain

* trilha de mona lisa smile (falaram tão mal do filme antes que eu visse que eu até achei ele legal.)

1. Mona Lisa Smile - Seal
2. You Belong To Me - Tori Amos
3. Bewitched Bothered and Bewildered - Celine Dion
4. The Heart Of Every Girl - Elton John
5. Santa Baby - Macy Gray
6. Murder, He Says - Tori Amos
7. Beseme Mucho - Chris Isaak
8. Secret Love - Mandy Moore
9. What'll I Do - Alison Krauss
10. Istanbul (Not Constantinople) - Trevor Horn Orchestra
11. Sh Boom - Trevor Horn Orchestra
12. I'm Beginning To See The Light - Kelly Rowland
13. I've Got The World On A String - Lisa Stansfield
14. Smile - Barbra Streisand

sábado, outubro 02, 2004


You guessed it -- it's your daily horoscope!

>>the weekend of October 2

On certain occasions you gotta do what you want to do, not what somebody else
seems to want you to do. And since this appears to be one of them, think twice
before agreeing to dump your agenda, recipe, artistic direction, hair color,
etc., to satisfy another person - no matter how loudly they squawk or how
compelling their argument.

sexta-feira, outubro 01, 2004

todo mundo tem que querer alguma coisa?
só uma?
e tem que saber o que quer?

del 29 de Septiembre al 03 de Octubre del 2004 La Farga de L'Hospitalet (Barcelona)

El Festival Internacional de Cine Erótico de Barcelona cumple 12 años. La convocatoria anual del sector erótico, nacional e internacional, celebrará su décimo segunda edición en Barcelona del 29 de Septiembre al 03 de Octubre del 2004, en La Farga de L'Hospitalet.
Será divertido, sorprendente, sexy y por descontado muy erótico.

En FICEB 2004 podrás encontrar:

Últimas novedades en cine X nacional e internacional.
En los escenarios y fuera de ellos se podrán encontrar a las principales estrellas del cine para adultos.
Club Bizarre ® el lugar donde el fetichismo y el placer se visten de cuero.
Moda, desfiles de ropa y lencería.
Una ámplia oferta comercial con las últimas novedades del sector en artículos eróticos y juguetes para adultos.
Zona Gay - Bar de ambiente - Shows Gays en directo.

Objetivos del Festival

* Dinamizar y normalizar la industria del sexo.
* Ser un punto de encuentro para los profesionales del sector.
* Promocionar la producción de películas X.
* Normalizar el consumo de la pornografía.
* Ser una plataforma de lanzamiento de actrices, actores y directores.
* Una ventana mediática para la industria del sexo.
* Un foro de reflexión y debate.
* Estimular el arte erótico.
* Ser un escaparate de las novedades de la industria del sexo.