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« Reply #465 on: Jan 9th, 2013, 9:15pm »

Oh, I think not the art in many ways is hackneyed and old in flavor where is the designer/computer artist who can show us the way to a new and fresh view of an old subject. The UFO needs a new view with many new approaches since so much new media is available.
PS: How did Yule Brenner get involved or was that humor!!!!!! shocked
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« Reply #466 on: Jan 10th, 2013, 6:06pm »

There are many to follow here. When one is behind, the other is in clear view. As art, especially one here, can be over the top so to can words. The tittle of this thread is too restrictive, it should be broadened. Et evonah ish behadar. Sorry, old habits die hard as do other things. Hopefully fresh art will soon appear.
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« Reply #467 on: Jan 10th, 2013, 6:44pm »

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2260161/Liu-Bolin-Invisible-man-artist-creates-images-camouflaged-background.html

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Credit Liu Bolin
Excellent
I'll call it..
Of Cloaks and Curtains
or Lost in the Database
more at http://www.the-drone.com/magazine/liu-bolin-hiding-in-the-city/
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« Reply #468 on: Jan 11th, 2013, 9:45pm »

As we can see there is more than a Chinaman's chance in Hades we can find current drone theme related art ..it was all about invisibility of not only craft..but people..their cultures..our very visible destruction of same..to make them all the same..as us.
Levs work is no less absorbing,
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if one looks closely not everything is what it appears on the surface..
hardly demonic..and who is to say demonic when the very temples of Tibet..and cathedrals in Fance and Europe.. are guarded by beautiful sculptures of gargoyles and entities of the netherworld to prevent "evil" from entering.

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« Reply #469 on: Jan 12th, 2013, 11:49am »

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« Reply #470 on: Jan 14th, 2013, 9:32pm »

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Hmm..If I am Not mistaken..Agdistis

Now the crystal face in the jewels of our minds has shifted to Classic Greek architecture with the Progeny of Zeus and Earth in splendid display. Agdistis...The being with both attributes of man and woman that Zeus feared so much had him castrated..to weaken his power.. Before I go on I wont so quickly leave the India and the Himmalayas so quickly. Not yet.. Because this very issue is dealt with in their mythology as well.
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In the culture of South Asia, hijras are physiological males who have feminine gender identity, women's clothing and other feminine gender roles. The Hijras (Hindi: हिजड़ा, Urdu: ہِجڑا‎, Bengali: হিজড়া, Kannada: ಹಿಜಡಾ, Telugu: హిజ్ర Punjabi ਹਿਜਰਅwink are also known as chhakka in Kannada and Bambaiya Hindi, khusra (ਕੁਸਅਰਅwink in Punjabi and kojja in Telugu.

Hijras have a long recorded history in the Indian subcontinent, from antiquity, as suggested by the Kama Sutra period onwards. This history features a number of well-known roles within subcontinental cultures, part gender-liminal, part spiritual and part survival.


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In South Asia, many hijras live in well-defined, organized, all-hijra communities, led by a guru.[1][2] These communities have sustained themselves over generations by "adopting" young boys who are rejected by, or flee their family of origin.[3] Many work as sex workers for survival.[4]

The word hijra is a Hindi-Urdu word, derived from the Arabic root hjr in its sense of "leaving one's tribe,"[5] and has been borrowed into Hindi. The Indian usage has traditionally been translated into English as "eunuch" or "hermaphrodite," where "the irregularity of the male genitalia is central to the definition."[6] However, in general hijras are born with typically male physiology, only a few having been born with male intersex variations.[7] Some Hijras undergo an initiation rite into the hijra community called nirwaan, which refers to the removal of penis, testicles and scrotum.[4]

Since the late 20th century, some hijra activists and Western non-government organizations (NGOs) have been lobbying for official recognition of the hijra as a kind of "third sex" or "third gender," as neither man nor woman.[8]

Certainly this imo seems a more lofty goal or even platform versus the Judeo-Christian apologists
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A hermaphrodite is a person who possesses the sexual organs of both male and female. The Bible does not address hermaphroditism. Therefore, it is difficult to ascertain doctrinally the Lord's position about them. Nevertheless, what are we to make of hermaphrodites?

God's intention of the genders is that those born males act like males and those born females act like females. But, in rare instances there are babies born with the sexual organs of both sexes. Why is this? First of all, sin is in the world and it sometimes takes its tolls on our bodies resulting in various deformities. Nevertheless, in the case of hermaphroditism, the identity of the individual is still intended by God to be one or the other. After all, God would not make someone in contradiction to His created order and purpose.


Its obvious to me this man has never met a transgender in his life.or been beyond the white picket fence of his parish..

http://crywolfe.blogspot.com/2011/06/castration-of-agdistis.html?showComment=1358209081381#c6490822078141554467

From Ruby Wolfe
I'm floating downstream where the rapids crash and it's difficult to see, I catch glimpses of life like scenes in a film that that are as temporal as the breaths I strain to grasp, and sometimes when the waters calm, though the bank slips away from my fingertips I can still clasp flowers in the palms of my hands, keepsakes i wear as chains around my wrists, that tangle and choke with minutes of pearls i spew like swellings of stone, cradling my throat with listless crush, but though sometimes I grieve and fade I would not forsake this volatile womb for anything.
http://crywolfe.blogspot.com/2011/06/castration-of-agdistis.html?showComment=1358209081381#c6490822078141554467
I left a note on her blog..breath taking..


On a final thought..on secondary observation..
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Agdistis adactyla is a moth in the Pterophoridae family. It is known from most of the Palaearctic ecozone, from central and south-western Europe to eastern Asia.[2] Records including China (Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Inner Mongolia, Shaanxi, Gansu, Ningxia, Xinjiang), Mongolia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey.

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The wingspan is 22-26 mm. The forewings are dark grey with four dark spots along the costa. The hindwings are also grey with a cream colored fringe. Adults are on wing from June to mid August.[3]

There is no doubt in my mind that the Mothman is a metaphor for our artist at hand. not that he is..he could be someone quite sympathetic..as I am..with .the lives many of these individuals lead..the cover of nite..much kinder than the day..unless they are out in mumbers...they are the shadow people..hopefully their day in the sun will come soon..

So..how can we demand aliens contact us..when we can't even understand those we treat as aliens living among us since we were one celled organismsm... I don't pretend to know the answers.This is perhaps one of the voices missed among the musicians..Artists..the science..the moral preaching on Green and the vegitarianism and of course commercial pandering in the caret project, the community project..but not as caring as it should have been for members of this community..
A most interesting message from the Artist who ehibits great deftness in covering the many faces of alienation and communicated it effectively..the way others in the movement did like Atto
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and even Tommi did with the Mangina..thru humor at its best..Its the message that counts.
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« Reply #471 on: Jan 16th, 2013, 01:20am »

I saw UCBs Logo pic for the day and I really liked it . Zetar said that Billy Booth did these pieces..anywho..it reflects the labour of love that UCB is..not a site counting hits..but one that strives to make people count..
This one captures a personal moment that resonated with me so well that it belongs here with the the Aesthetics of the Drones..
well done..
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« Reply #472 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 6:23pm »

I really can't sez I like it.
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« Reply #473 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 8:49pm »

Now here it crawls!!! angry angry angry angry angry angry angry
Now crawls another!!! angry angry angry angry angry angry
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« Reply #474 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 9:39pm »

Haiku! Genius Ma..superlatively genius
dragonfly resting in sun
squeeter falls in love
Flicker in Flicker out
Zap crackle chomp!
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« Reply #475 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 9:50pm »

You have looked to long in fortune cookie. Art of Drones old hat. No!
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« Reply #476 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 10:13pm »

on Jan 21st, 2013, 9:50pm, MallAll wrote:
You have looked to long in fortune cookie. Art of Drones old hat. No!


(Sigh)...My old friend Sid, would say the exact same thing..but sadly I have a problem, as I am very very attached to my old hats. I love my old hats, I loved too much..to throw away things with so many memories attached to them. Too much love of old friends..I even loved a few of my enemies..I would never throw them away. and they still keep in touch. As long as I keep my hats..I can still remember..
Do you throw yours away? I guess..that is sign of this age...everything is disposable. I am sorry you did not like my hats but only I can wear them..and only I can see my invisible friends..si?..cry
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« Reply #477 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 10:22pm »

This planet is disposable. Friends, what are they? Killers of ideas!!! To be old is divine. Time goes and you don't have to wait for ever.
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« Reply #478 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 10:43pm »

I feel that many times too..but rejoice..nature has prepared us for just when such people come along..

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multiple_discovery
it has been argued that, in regard to multiple discovery, science and art are similar.[11][12] When two scientists independently make the same discovery, their papers are not word-for-word identical, but the core ideas in the papers are the same. Likewise, two novelists may independently write novels with the same core themes, though their novels are not identical word-for-word.

The paradigm of recombinant conceptualization[13] —more broadly, of recombinant occurrences—that explains multiple discovery in science and the arts, also elucidates the phenomenon of historic recurrence, wherein similar events are noted in the histories of countries widely separated in time and geography. It is the recurrence of patterns that lends a degree of prognostic power—and, thus, additional scientific validity—to the findings of history.


So not Hopeless..and..you sound like someone..who has more than one idea and I have more than one hat....So I know you will succeed.. smiley


ps..Please put the picture of Germanic Oz back..It was very lovely..belongs here. far better than what I had up...OZ was all about imagination..and an innocent time.
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« Reply #479 on: Jan 21st, 2013, 11:18pm »

Get it from your friend sidd. What I have to offer will be new or maybe not. Where is the mod of mods, it has had a GOOD RUN HERE.
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