Nils Clouzeau Dance with Folklórny súbor zo Šarišského Jastrabia In Anova restaurant
Dominika Wilczyńska, Barbara Nawrocka, Małgorzata M. Dudek
HARE AND HOUNDS : COLLAGES OF LAYERS
#1 – Apply the entente – Apple day
Apple is the beginning, the basis, the starting point. We can perceive it as a symbol of knowledge in a paradise of Zahrada. We can perceive it on different layers as mythological, christian or philosophical symbol. But it is also food that connects people on very basic level. The Apple Day meeting under the apple trees was the opportunity to be involved together and to enjoy the entente.
#2 – 7×7
Entente is a composition, but it is decomposing.
Sins, as defined by christian religion, represent human weakness.
Composition of decomposing apples represents seven deadly sins framed in seven glass jars.
Enjoy them (smacznego) 🙂
A “jar” is a word used by the raised Warsawers towards incomers, so we shall conquer the seventh city of our journey with seven decomposed jars.
#3 Seven sins in the landscape
Chapter 1: Botticelli decomposed
with Dominika Wilczyńska, Barbara Nawrocka, Małgorzata M. Dudek,Nils Clouzeau, Alexis Emery-Dufoug.
The collage is the beginning of the series of Seven sins in the landscape. Play with the ‘Birth of Venus’ illustrates LUST (that could be understood as a lechery, luxery, dirtiness, etc.) The collage is a mixture of beauty of Botticelli’s masterpiece with the landscape that is contaminated.
We used aesthetics that is a mixture of cliché beauty (popculture, Walt Disney’s fairytales) with the dirt of reality.
Gluttony, pride, envy…to be continued…
Roman Dziadkiewicz – The rgb workshop
there are 3 colours, 3 stations, 3 apples, 3 elements…
the first one is red. it’s about love, about relations, about touch, about being together, about sensibility, circulation and blood, and energy, and synergy…
so, come to me, kiss me, kiss him or her, and do it again and again. “just do it”… hug me. give me your hand, sing and play. together. to-get-her… drink some red wine, if you want… and let’s go! come together! Say yeaa… yeeaaaa – “power to the people”!
ok. we are… so, the second station is green. It’s next to the railway station, next to the green lake. feel free. you can go wherever you want. swim, move, dance, immerse… the green is about freedom, about free move, about nature and space…
take your own rhythm, take your own way, listing yourself immersed in the environment. see you there, feel free, see you on the top of the hill. the ghost is waiting there…
the ghost is blue, the tree is blue, the last apple is blue. and it’s about the equality. It is the last and the most difficult to reach station. it’s on the top of the hill, under the big blue sky…
so, lay down on the grass, have relax, wait for others, look at the sky, take deep breath, one more, and more, take and give… exchange and mix… there are only 3 colours, 3 stations, 3 apples, 3 elements… all together creates rgb colour model.
“the rgb colour model is an additive model in which red, green, and blue light are added together in various ways to reproduce a broad array of colours. the name of the model comes from the initials of the three additive primary colours, red, green, and blue. the main purpose of the rgb colour model is for the sensing, representation, and display of images in electronic systems, such as televisions and computers, though it has also been used in conventional photography.
before the electronic age, the rgb colour model already had a solid theory behind it, based in human perception of colours. rgb is a device-dependent colour model: different devices detect or reproduce a given rgb value differently, since the colour elements (such as phosphors or dyes) and their response to the individual r, g, and b levels vary from manufacturer to manufacturer, or even in the same device over time. thus an RGB value does not define the same colour across devices without some kind of colour management.
typical rgb input devices are colour tv and video cameras, image scanners, and digital cameras, computer and mobile phone displays, video projectors, multicolour led displays, and large screens such as jumbotron”.
so, look around, mix r and g and b together and digitise your experiences. create archives and explore them… download your pictures and put them in the blog, open yourself, stay undone and wait, shear yourself with others… and do analyse…
and remember – each you activity, each your gesture includes each of colour from the rgb system…
this is gipsy people flag in the same time… love is about sun and fire, freedom is earth and grass, and blue is the sky… keep the balance, don’t worry… we are all equal in front of dead, ghosts, sky and rgb model, even you work with mac or pc…
Nils Clouzeau – How to use children
Drawings to show to slovak children the rules of the games at the Apple Fest
Alexis Emery-Dufoug – Same same but Different
Beáta Kolbašovská and Lujza Magova
Videotutorial for slovak touristic dictionary
Lesson 3- Clubbing
Čau Bea– Hello Bea [chau Be-a]
Čau Lujza– Hello Lujza [chau Luy-za]
Čo si dáš?- What are you having? [cho si da-sh?]
Niečo osviežujúce– Something refreshing [nye-cho o-svye-zhu-yu-tse]
Ako sa voláš?– What is your name? [a-ko sa vo-lash?]
Čo?– What? [cho?]
Ako sa voláš?– What is your name? [a-ko sa vo-lash?]
Nils– Nils [Nils]
Máš pekné oči– You have nice eyes [mash pe-kne ochi]
Ďakujem.– Thank you [dha-ku-yem]
Nemáš oheň?– Don‘t you have a fire? [ne-mash o-hen?]
Zatancujeme si?– Shall we dance? [za-tan-tsu-ye-me see?]
Poď moja!– C’mon my dear [pottt mo-ya!]