As above… “Happy Birstday!”

See you soon my brother.

Ok, so reasons why this clip is cool.

Number one, there were three girls in this.
Two we dressed up.
Three there’s a dog humping me, (try and find it, not when I’m dancing with it.)
Four there’s a penguin!
Five, random spurts of chipmunk laughter.

And finally six… sparkles!

THE MUSIC: Chino - Booty Clap

the class has decided you should have a challenge in turn:
A dance piece with at least 3 other people. 

Your ingredients: 
THE MOVES: The Willy vs Wacky Bounce

The Response

The Challenge: ‘Please dance along!’

i’ve distilled all of my brandnames and titles, all the taglines and subsidiary franchises into a simple phrase ‘friendly is cool’. that’s it for now man, just that. it is the happy umbrella under which all my kerfuffle will nest… i’m still working on building my bravochild.tv site, but needed to give someone a site to visit to look at my work and get ideas on what i’m working on from a PR angle… so I have sprouted a wix site, despite the little ads n’ stuff i think it’s pretty cute and a good stop-gap while the monsterzone omnivoid in under contruction. 

have a click

PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF HUMANITY:I’d love to do something to that creates a more human public environment. We have our domestic settings where we share lives with a few loved ones. Then we have the ‘window’ provided by TV and the ‘Net which displays greater society/the world. The intermediate space - public space, is often impersonal and industrial. I also think that the media often paints the world to be a dangerous place, making us retreat further into our domestic sanctuary. I think our opportunity to explore humanity beyond our family lies in the public space, for it is direct experience, without being filtered by anyone else. I feel we waste that environment by focusing it only on functional elements, such as bridges and roads. The only other communication is often advertising. What about if you could learn something about your neighbours by walking up the street. What if Sydney felt like a community? What if you saw people dancing, making food, laughing? This could be through pictures, installations, flash mobs etc We could get an idea of how we are progressing. It would be a new form of News. There would be a narrative; that of our daily lives. Of people like us.

PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF HUMANITY:
I’d love to do something to that creates a more human public environment. We have our domestic settings where we share lives with a few loved ones. Then we have the ‘window’ provided by TV and the ‘Net which displays greater society/the world. The intermediate space - public space, is often impersonal and industrial. I also think that the media often paints the world to be a dangerous place, making us retreat further into our domestic sanctuary. I think our opportunity to explore humanity beyond our family lies in the public space, for it is direct experience, without being filtered by anyone else. I feel we waste that environment by focusing it only on functional elements, such as bridges and roads. The only other communication is often advertising. What about if you could learn something about your neighbours by walking up the street. What if Sydney felt like a community? What if you saw people dancing, making food, laughing? This could be through pictures, installations, flash mobs etc We could get an idea of how we are progressing. It would be a new form of News. There would be a narrative; that of our daily lives. Of people like us.

0 plays

I was making myself a spinach/alfalfa breakfast when I started singing “The future is amazing and I’ll be there with you”… thought I’d lay it down, (and I expanded on it a little bit). Someone should take this and turn it into a disco inferno. Lyrics are:

The future is amazing
and I’ll be there with you.

There’s a little place place right back of the end
When everybody’s blocking there ears from the big bang
When all’s said and done do we just sit and wait?
I think I take my fingers out and say

The future is amazing
and I’ll be there with you.

Just a little bit of…
This is every minute…
Missed is a waste of the…
Time we had we so…

Just get up and get it
If you’ve got it spend it
When it’s over 
did you have a good time?

Here are some shots of Thomas and My Underbelly Arts show, ‘Draw Me A Map My Brother’, taken by Abe Bastoli from Pennant Hills Studio.