Shots taken over the weekend during the benefit for the Watermill Center. Didn't put a background music because the background sound of each performance or artwork was, I think, very interesting and somewhat inspires to superstitious feeling of "fear" even though the theme of the benefit was Paradiso as in paradise, I think. Part 2 will follow later.
Forgot to post this video taken during the July 4th firework nearby the house in Southampton. Of course lah the one in NYC is a lot better than this.
Note the ugly plastic sheet behind the piano. I purposely didn't want to show it my previous posting. However, come to think about it, during the 2 weeks those pianos were out on the street, we didn't have any rain and it was hot as hell.
The fashion industry is taking it to the streets. From New York City's Herald Square to Times Square, 32 full-on decked out mannequins can be seen "working it" along Broadway Avenue. The public art installation called "Sidewalk Catwalk" and designers involved include Tommy Hilfiger, Betsey Johnson, Donna Karan, John Bartlett, Maria Cornejo, Carlos Falchi, Prabal Gurung, Norma Kamali, Nanette Lepore, Rebecca Moses, Yeohlee Teng, Carmen Marc Valvo...just to name a few. Sorry but Kadazan Man was too lazy to figure who did which mannequin. Enjoy!
“Play Me, I’m Yours” is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram. About 60 pianos were installed in public parks, streets and plazas. The pianos were there for any member of the public to play and engage with. Later the pianos will be donated to public schools around NYC.
Kadazanman menyambut Hari Kebangsaan USA the American way. Awal pagi lagi sudah pergi membeli-belah di Walmart. Kemudian waktu petang pergi boating.