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La Piccioletta Barca - Issue 19

Visual Arts

Hope

Hope

Plymouth, UK, December 2019. I had just left the supermarket behind me, and I was walking back home with the week’s groceries. It was drizzling when I left the house, and even though the rain had now stopped, the clouds were piling up again quickly, so I started...

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Back To Square One

Back To Square One

The Madness: This work is a representational abstraction of a thought process.  The triangle aluminum base is only slightly different from the other directional supports.  Meaning the foundation on which it is built has no preeminence. The first movement, curved...

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Theorem

Theorem

The pursuit of knowledge and excellence, mastery at its highest degrees, makes for an arduous and confounding path, a befuddling pastime and downright harrowing proposition to boldly elect and make one's life's work. A...

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Tokyo Business

Tokyo Business

  Marcus Weekley lives in Xinzheng, China (just north of VirusCentral), where he teaches English Composition to Chinese university students. He enjoys mostly horror, drama, and sci fi international films, including...

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Choju Jinbutsu Giga – Encounter

Choju Jinbutsu Giga – Encounter

The first Marubeni Group corporate image animation produced by Studio Ghibli, Inc. Adopting the motif of what is said to be Japan’s oldest manga, Choju Jinbutsu Giga (Scrolls of Frolicking Animals and Humans), the animation tells the story of mutual...

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Stay Home and Keep on Dancing

Stay Home and Keep on Dancing

A video performance by the renowned dance group 'Nederlands Dans Theatre' (NDT). Concept Video & Edit: Ennya Larmit Music: Niels Mudde Dancers (in order of appearance): Jesse Callaert, Meng-ke Wu, Chuck Jones, Annika Verplancke, Tess Voelker, Auguste...

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Spo-de-odee

Spo-de-odee

  It's funny how the old arts persevere, and in the quaintest bunghole of suburban Minnesota, some fetid gutter in a Korea Town slum, an insignificant pool of standing water in Iowan flyover country, on a nursing home curio shelf, ancient traditions life on,...

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In the process of creation

In the process of creation

Manuscripts are often just collections of torn-sheets, jumbled together and forgotten in the depths of some dusty drawer. But, sometimes, they can be much more. Within the chaos and lawlessness, the freedom that loose sheets of paper afford, some manuscripts tell us...

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Beekeeping

Beekeeping

Plants have always been a favorite subject of mine, to photograph or write about, to endeavor to keep alive and coax into thriving. I have a tattoo of a flower on my arm even. Their symbology, in the language of the visual, the meanings imparted through different...

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Subconscious Radiation

Subconscious Radiation

My art is driven by my love for the world and my curiosity concerning its complexities and intricate structures. The overarching theme is attempting to illustrate the elusive space/point, where dualities such as chaos - order, creation - destruction, balance each...

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Confession (that you’ll never know)

Confession (that you’ll never know)

Lauren Anaïs Hussey was born in Jacksonville, Florida in '90. She earned a BFA from University of North Florida and studied with Beverly Fishman for her MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Lauren Hussey lives in Brooklyn, NY...

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Just around the corner

Just around the corner

During a boiling hot afternoon, somewhere in June 2019, I was back in the city of unexpected beauty. Walking around Kallimarmaro, minutes after the sunset, I decided to sit down and allow my eyes to enjoy the pleasing view, for a brief moment of happiness. “Athens has...

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Wanderers

Wanderers

Photographs from an ongoing project of exploration, of the wandering every-day human minds and souls.     The City - C.P. Cavafy Translated by Vasiliki Poula You said: “I will go, to some other land, some other sea. Another city will be found, better than...

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Blind Navigations – Phantom Islands

Blind Navigations – Phantom Islands

The series of mixed-media renderings of St. Brendan's Island, Thule, Taprobana, Hy-Brasil, Frisland and St. Matheus Island pertains to a subject that entails fact as well as fiction, and that embodies a process of orientating and familiarizing an unknown, perhaps...

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