The WILD STYLE Of Lee George Quinones***messymandella***

What others may label as trash, can become your treasure.

What one considers treasure may become your worst enemy.

Graffiti  helped pave the way for freedom of expression for artist who didn’t have enough financial backing or resources to gain artitic direction they transformed everything  into art.

Do I want some to paint on the side of my condo?

HELL NO!

However, every time I hear a train I anticipate the free art show.

I toast to those that have entertainment me at the train tracks.

  I admire those who opened the eyes for the people, that would get ignored if no one would have explored,and taken a chance.

It is art, just like Hip-Hop that explores our love for the people,and frustrations.

I disagree when Nas said, Hip Hop is dead, it is the audiences get older and the  barz are low and harder to detect.

Graffiti and art in the exposed the world to urban art in the 1970’s and 1980’s.`


 

 

Exploration And Musical Inovation With Imogen Heap ***messymandella***

Imogen Heap and a group of musicians, artists,  and technologists developed cutting-edge wearable technology for the performance and music of our decade. Our musical glove system represents a truly elegant fusion of rhythmic patterns textiles with advanced motion tracking and calculation algorithms.

        The artists and tech geeks dedicated time and  to this  software. Users experience a dramatic  movements with any genre of music. The performance and composition builds as the technology and movements coincide.The  Mi.Mu gloves offer a creative and diverse approach in music and visuals with intuitive human movement. 

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