Friday, July 31, 2009

Double Rainbow

Matt Allen and The D-Rangers 10" Vinyl Release

Can our hero have survived such a great fall?

David Macri Solo Show

couldn't get the entire room in the picture, but here's couple of walls.

Steel Saxaphone Sculpture

The Smoky Tiger and the Shifters..Saturday Night!

don't want to miss this bliss...@ the Standard(ex-Hooligans)

Important Information

1062-hamas, originally uploaded by babajiwotan.

Thursday, July 30, 2009


ships1660, originally uploaded by babajiwotan.

Ive said it before and Ill say it again. I think this is one of the most important phenomenon of our age:

Quitmoanez was only in Winnipeg for a few days and the calm in him finally broke. No one can be sure if it was too many losses in chess that caused the scuffle, but Quitmoanez is seen here tackling Macro in what seems to be some kind of Jujitsu death toss. Or perhaps after a long time apart they are just cuddling.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Photos by Cyan Onosson (age 4)

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Sea Hyun Lee

These epic paintings, rendered in great washes of red, seem simple at first glance, resembling depictions of traditional Korean landscapes; shards of white canvas contrasting with painstakingly detailed fragments of a land dotted with isolated dwellings. In fact, these are views of the mountainous terrain of the de-militarised zone between North and South Korea, giving them a political as well as a personal meaning for the artist.
He describes being in this area at night while on military service: 'I would wear night vision goggles, which coated everything in red. The forests and trees felt so fantastic and beautiful. It was unrealistic scenery filled with horror and fear, and with no possibility of entering.
Sea Hyun Lee was born in Geoje Island, South Korea in 1967. Graduating from M.F.A Chelsea College, London in 2006, he currently lives and works in London.

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Altona 2

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Altona 1

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Saturday, July 25, 2009

Friday, July 24, 2009

Smoky Tiger & the Shifters

tiger logo, originally uploaded by babajiwotan.

Are you a Shifter?

Big show at Hooligans next saturday night august 1st. Searching for drummers, bass players, sound generators, movie projectorers, singers, tambourine players etc.

Nightly jams at the Langside lounge starting Monday night next week.

let me know if you re interested
(culleton , mimi)

Yogic Flying

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

stand still

Your body is a hybrid
both bridge and backwater
only a moment
which sounds better than a stand
and really there isn’t one
maybe a lack of movement
that wide open wail
of being washed up onto shore
with one more layer of salt and confusion

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Thursday, July 16, 2009


michael-jackson-p04, originally uploaded by babajiwotan.

We re doing an Encore Show at the Pyramid tomorow (friday night).

Thanks for the party on wesnesday let s do it again!

Mikal Jackson Memorial Show

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

At the Cross

Bovine Coat of Arms

More Blots

Here's some more fodder!

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Crab Attack!

Is It a Robot Dance in a Junkyard?

Rorschach Test

Probably we've all heard of the Rorschach Test - it has been used in psychological testing for many decades. The images have moved into the public domain, but there is some debate over the ethics of posting them.

From wikipedia:

The International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods (ISR) has claimed that the blots are copyrighted, they have been in the public domain in Hermann Rorschach's native Switzerland, since at least 1992 (70 years after his death) according to Swiss copyright law. They are also in the public domain under United States copyright law based on when they were first created and published (before 1923), as well as in countries with a copyright term of up to 70 years post mortem auctoris. The American Psychological Association (APA) rules of ethics, designed to ensure "the welfare and protection of the individuals and groups with whom psychologists work", require that psychologists "make reasonable efforts to maintain the integrity and security of test materials". A public statement by the British Psychological Society expresses similar concerns and considers the "release of [test] materials to unqualified individuals" to be misuse "which may result in harm to the client". The APA states that the dissemination of test materials "imposes very concrete harm to the general public" as well, in that "there are a limited number of standardized psychological tests considered appropriate for a given purpose" (for example, detecting suicidality). In the book "Ethics in psychology", it is noted that some believe "reprinting copies of the Rorschach plates ... and listing common responses represents a serious unethical act" and is indicative of "questionable professional judgment".

Regardless of the APA's opinions, the images are freely viewable (for now) on wikipedia. These are just a few of them.

Rolling Out the Carpet

Monday, July 13, 2009