sábado, 18 de outubro de 2008

peleosso


12 comentários:

christiane disse...

Ai que lindo Beá!!! Senti que eu estava lá dentro do túnel!!!

Beá Meira disse...

Bem vinda Christiane!
Esta imagem é mesmo um portal.
Beijos

Rene Fijten disse...

Bea, that is very beautiful. I agree, seems I was there as well. By the way, thanks about telling about your sources.

Beá Meira disse...

Rene,
Do you understand portuguese?
Do you know pele osso means skin bone?

Rene Fijten disse...

Long ago I worked a few summers in Portugal, but my knowledge of the language is far gone. Didn't know about pele osso; the title makes sense, adds to the picture.

Beá Meira disse...

When I gave classes for architecture students, I used asked them to do a "pele e osso" object. The Ernesto Neto wonderfull and elegant "The Wisdom of the Parts" (see on http://www.tanyabonakdargallery.com/), remind me this relationship by estructure and the fence.

Rene Fijten disse...

Nato makes beautiful objects. My reference was an inflatable tunnel object with John Cage "music for airports" that I once visited in London.

Beá Meira disse...

I didn´t find images from this inflatable tunnel. Did you remember when and where in London?

disse...

concordo, seus títulos sempre acrescentam!

Beá Meira disse...

Estou sempre tentando borrar o limite entre linguagem verbal e linguagm visual. O título acrescenta significados à imagem que acrescenta significados ao título.

Rene Fijten disse...

I had to look it up, it was "colourspace" by the artist Maurice Agis, exhibition on the southbank, London in 1978 or 1979. The music was not John Cage (he wrote "music for airports" in the 90s), but very similar. We had to wear coloured toga's and could wander around freely in this colourful psychedelic environment, while the slow music/sound drifted around. I was very young and very impressed. Actually, the artist made other objects: one called "dreamscape", on exhibition in Liverpool(UK). In 2006 a tragic accident happened, the object lifted on a warm day and killed the 2 people inside. I read that the artist was charged of manslaughter early this year. Art can be lethal.

Beá Meira disse...

Rene,
Thank you very much to introduce me this beatiful colourspace.
I had a similar experience when I was child, with Lygia Clark and Helio Oiticica´s work, in a São Paulo´s Bienal Internacional of Art, in 1972. They made this kind of environmental art; feeling spaces and colours clothes, and influence very much the Ernesto Neto works.