03 March 2008

Expo Ecofuturiste: No Comment - Gilbert Casula

No, that's not my title - it's the name of the installation by an artist called Gilbert Casula who lives and works in Cannes.

"A writer and a poet, he was influenced at a very early age by the concept of geopoetics and Kenneth White's work. An inventor of poetic objects and designer of audio systems in which the word always maintains its rights." You can read more by clicking on the link.

Looking at this installation I have to say, I feel like this at times Do you?!

9 comments:

Dusty Lens said...

Oh yes, I too feel like this; overwhelmed, and burried deep under a pile of obligations and daily tasks. That's when I take more time for photoshoots.

My wife and I have the camera that you call a superzoom. It is the Canon S5 IS. I upgraded from the Canon S2 IS. The S5 IS has excellent stereo sound in it's movie feature, and takes beautiful sound recordings.

But now my wife and I are planning a trip to Paris, so I recently bought the Canon XTI to photoshoot the beautiful city of Paris.

We are pleased with both cthe S5 and the Rebel.

Ming the Merciless said...

We (humans) do throw out a lot of garbage like these. Sad but true.

Small City Scenes said...

I have felt overwhelmed by life many times.
I hope the garbageman cometh. MB

Gordon said...

It reminds me of the task ahead of me trying to clear the clutter from my shed; I have accumulated so many 'useful' items over the years.

Uma por Dia said...

We all in it :(

Keith said...

Now that's what I call art! I like the hand refusing to give up. Good shot.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

It's strange -- I felt that way today -- we all must be on the same wave. :)

Ann (MobayDP) said...

lol :) You mean stuck in a pile of garbage? Oh dear yes Jilly. I feel like that far too often I'm afraid.

How long did that person have to hold up his/her nad like that?

raf said...

there's an smaller version in my sidewalk, now I can tell the neighbors it's called art ;)

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