Thursday, 11 February 2010

rock birds



How I'd love to be able to visit The Barbican right now. How I'd love to be able to visit The Barbican on a regular basis. Full stop. It's been too long.
E, I'm definitely coming over soon. Alain and the Barbi it is, lurve.
One for you and one for me. Deal?

Click here for more on this commission for The Curve by Céleste Boursier-Mougenot.
Fact: Apparently the number of hits on this youtube video has been near half million in four weeks! Original I'm not, it seems.

15 comments:

  1. Eh????? I love that you say full stop!!!

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  2. What IS "full stop"? The bird on the instrument is rather funny :) Hope Amsterdam is great these days!!

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  3. It is from Keep calm gallery. Needed some optimistic phrase for me lately...so I make it come home. Lovely.
    Pasa un buen carnaval!!!

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  4. full stop. full stop. full stop.

    (cherry b, I reckon "period" would the word your side of the pond.)

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  5. On the same (southern european?) weave length again, me thinking about ducks and you about rock birds. Looks like the rock birds are still being trained, and the installation opens later on: you have time to pack your bags!

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  6. some seriously cool birds these are. do you reckon they are wearing ear plugs?

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  7. GREAT!!! really cool birds...

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  8. Lovely rock birds !!! (or indian musicians birds ?)

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  9. this is too much! how do you find these things:) glad you do!

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  10. I can see a star there. When when when Lon-Ams exchange?
    E

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  11. haha,, supper cute!! Hope you are having a great weekend!!!

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  12. soon enough, E hun, soon enough... yay!

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  13. this is brilliant ms. ninja! I must share this with Daniel. The bird with the stick - was he doing some sort of middle eastern/jimmy hendricks thing? Sounded like it! xo

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  14. Great experimental music installation!

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what's that I hear (read rather)?