sexy sound

if i were a kid, i would dance my ass out to this sound. the simple melody and singer’s voice is just so groovy.

i don’t know if you ever played indians & cowboys as a kid. i did and always played ‘indian’ while john wayne was ‘the infuencer’ on tv in those days. for us, indians were way more cooler than a white man and his funny walk.

among many problems with todays pop music is that you never hear saxophone anymore. in the 80s, sax was the sexiest instrument you could add to some cool sound. it would provide a song with a specially sexy dimension. a simple note: analog sound is way much hotter than digitally (re)mastered sound.

i would definitely love to make out to this song. so groovy. and when somebody says to me that music taste doesn’t matter, i simlpy walk away.

ps. if i decide to come back in an another life, i promise: i’ll be a jazz singer

white man, you can’t kill me.


upcoming exhibition

* digital work for the upcoming exhibition

i’m currently on vacation on an little island where my mum and stepdad spend other half of the year. it’s my first time here, definitely not the last. the island is in the middle of the sea so horizon is immense. turquoise is all around me, as well as lush greenery. they also have a boat. 2 days ago i swam with eagle ray and i saw a whale. i free dive (but thinking of doing professional course for the sake of safety).

there are no cars here. there are millions of stars and silence.

regarding creativity & profession, i avoided the notion of comfort zone as much as i could coz this is how you ‘grow’. now i’ll finally dive into it. i’m doing new series in my old/new hand-writing and loving it.

note: in the absence of atelier, digital medium is perfectly fine

no as yes, neri oxman

”Learn how to see. Realize that everything connects to everything else.” Leonardo da Vinci

“There are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Albert Einstein

don’t know where to begin. or end.

Neri incorporates every vision I had since I was a child. when asked what I wanted to do, it was all this. but I always lacked the words to explain it. my visions were beyond all the words for me as a kid.

since early childhood I knew that science and art are one being: science as a way of thinking, art as a way of feeling. I never ever understood people separating things when everything is connected. and naturing is in the middle of everything (nature should be a verb, like braining).

everyone has a role to play in this life. mine is I guess to observe, witness. Leonardo da Vinci lived centuries ago. Tesla a century ago. their visions and efforts live, inspiring others to break the rules. to think outside of the box.

In order to do what Neri does, I know I had to be born in totally different cultural environment. in another family with different values and support system. now I’m at peace coz acceptance is the key of transcendence.

I am in owe that She is out there doing wonders, thinking differently and connecting the ‘unconnectable’. my brain is like that. It used to drive me crazy that I never get a chance to show a creation of me as an ‘alien’, similar to wonders she and her team create. not anymore and this truly is a miracle. finally being at peace with myself.

we share the same birthday. a tiny miracle too, recently discovered. I deeply wish there will be more beings like Neri in the future. beings that easily unite and use art, engineering, science, design, coz that will be the new normal, the new way of human processing in the far distant future.

if you have netflix, watch ”abstract, art of design”, episode 2.

here is some of Neri’s lovely ted talk from 2015. enjoy ❤

wo(man) as wild

There are only two types of men:

the wild Man and a city boy.

I’m in2 the wild.

new proud owner of:

h.r. gieger is not for everyone’s stomach.

few years ago, i went to vienna to see his exhibition – retrospective in hundertwasser’s house. location was on spot coz design of hunderwasser’s house is all about organic form. especially luv the floor, deliberatley made uneven, and it adds to the whole experience.

i remember my friend from ny who got nauseated nearly at the half of giger’s exposition and had to leave. ‘it was too desturbing’ she told me later, it made her vomit for the reason she cannot understand. i did understand her well. but so i did h.r.gieger.

i love ridley scott. he was presented with gieger’s book during pre-production of Alien and was immediately appointed as conceptual designer for the film.

i feel human being is alien on this planet. no other living creature destroys own planet that is called home. human being does it mercilessly so we wittness greed, foolish power in a hands of a few, uncontrorable expantion in all forms.. all this for the sake of technology. artificial inteligence – ai – is the final step in humanoid evolution and singularity point will be the climax of it.

dna cell in its essence is made perfect but it seems an alien mutation occured long time ago that prevents it from expanding and reaching own humongous potential. here i don’t refer to genes’ theory of selfish gene, but to a single cell as it is. the perfect tiny potential made up of ‘star stuff’.

the ‘unmuted dna’ requires oxhygen/air to breathe, water and movement to stay healthy alive. ‘ai dna’ does not. for ai, trees, plants, water, food, nature per se is uterlly useless.

persons who are born and raised in big cities differ much from people brought up on country side. a person from a city grew up being spirit constrained, while a person from a countryside grew in tune with nature, spirit free. city people do love nature but this love is mental. the nature’s core – the wildness – always eludes them. for this reason their actions, behavior, spirit is not wild but mechanical, programmed, constrained and anxious.

more and more cities are emerging, turining into megapolis. radiation from various base stations and exponential growth of satellites orbiting earth is doing no favor to a new born. human life is never of much importance, it is rather evolution of technology.

that’s why i love giger’s brutal visions. he dived into himself and saw things. he called it imagination, i prefer to call it a part of mutated collective consciousness. that’s why many get nauseated up to the verge of vomiting after seing his works. truth is rarely sweet and comforting, especially when it comes to majority of so called humans.

i have nautilus tattoo on my back for a reason. we are all part of something bigger and beautiful. some are aliens, some are natives. it all depends how strong, withstanding and wild your true nature is.