Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Who will take my dreams away? ;)

Who will take my dreams away? ;)


Monday, 30 December 2013


I Was  Rising

H.B Patti Smith

Happy BIRTHDAY Patti Smith

Patti Smith with her bike :)

P. s  My Teddy Bear loves you, too......

Friday, 27 December 2013

The Guardian's Review Of 2013

 'This review of 2013 glimpses the biggest moments of the news year, including the birth of a royal baby, the deaths of Mandela, Chávez and Thatcher, Edward Snowden's unveiling of mass surveillance by the NSA and the continuation of Bashar al-Assad's rule in Syria. This year has also seen terrorist attacks in Nairobi, London and Boston, and the end of Mohamed Morsi's rule in Egypt.'

A Poison Tree by William Blake

A Poison Tree by William Blake

I was angry with my friend:
I told my wrath, my wrath did end.
I was angry with my foe:
I told it not, my wrath did grow.

And I watered it in fears,
Night and morning with my tears;
And I sunned it with smiles,
And with soft deceitful wiles.

And it grew both day and night,
Till it bore an apple bright.
And my foe beheld it shine.
And he knew that it was mine,

And into my garden stole
When the night had veiled the pole;
In the morning glad I see
My foe outstretched beneath the tree.

I love apple, I love progress,  and for you I'm a poison.. fuck off then!:D;D;D
K. Shiuka

Thursday, 26 December 2013

Colin Wilson

Colin Wilson
 Religion, mysticism and magic all spring from the same basic 'feeling' about the universe: a sudden feeling of meaning, which human beings sometimes 'pick up' accidentally, as your radio might pick up some unknown station. Poets feel that we are cut off from meaning by a thick, lead wall, and that sometimes for no reason we can understand the wall seems to vanish and we are suddenly overwhelmed with a sense of the infinite interestingness of things.

Colin Wilson
 'The Occult'

I'm basically a writer of ideas, and the English aren't interested in ideas. The English, I'm afraid, are totally brainless.
 The average man is a conformist, accepting miseries and disasters with the stoicism of a cow standing in the rain.
Being very famous is not the fun it sounds. It merely means you're being chased by a lot of people and you lose your privacy.
I've always been a pretty hard worker. That's how I've written over a hundred books.
If I'd stayed on in London and carried on going to literary parties, it would have wrecked me as a writer.
What I wanted to do was to try to create a philosophy upon a completely new foundation.
When I was a teenager I was a total romantic escapist. My world was books.

Colin Wilson 
English Writer

Angry young men




Wednesday, 25 December 2013

Christmas Day

 Still i don't waiting for you, as other christians, because you're under my skin, I feel you inside to me, but not outside, in the churches, in the sky, or somewhere...
K. Shiuka

The Junky's Christmas is a story by William S. Burroughs. 

Saturday, 21 December 2013

Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp 

The individual, man as a man, man as a brain, if you like, interests me more than what he makes, because I've noticed that most artists only repeat themselves.
Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp's interview on BBC, 1968..


Fountain by Marcel Duchamp
    Tate Gallery - Uk
  Photo by K. S

Marcel Duchamp & Fountain

Marcel Duchamp's Fountain & I, In Tate Gallery.

Marcel Duchamp & Eve Babitz

Marcel Duchamp & Eve Babitz sat in one of the galleries of the Pasadena Museum of Art and played chess In 1963. The occasion was the Duchamp retrospective at the museum. The match was not a live performance, it was staged and no viewers were present. The Duchamp/Babitz photograph became a defining image of the early 60s LA art scene.
Duchamp loved so much chess, he said; ' I am still a victim of chess. It has all the beauty of art - and much more. It cannot be commercialized. Chess is much purer than art in its social position'.


Friday, 20 December 2013

Madrugada - The Riverbed

Madrugada - The Riverbed

Santa the Fascist Years

Santa the Fascist Years

Video Art

Video Art
 VIdeo Art Was Born Almost 40 Years Ago :))

'Abused as we abuse it at present, dramatic art is in no sense cathartic; it is merely a form of emotional masturbation. It is the rarest thing to find a player who has not had his character affected for the worse by the practice of his profession. Nobody can make a habit of self-exhibition, nobody can exploit his personality for the sake of exercising a kind of hypnotic power over others, and remain untouched by the process.'

Wow this video is about me :D
1000 Kisses & more, by klaus vom bruch

Three Transitions - Peter Campus

O Superman , by Laurie Anderson

Nam June Paik at James Cohan, NYC

3D animation VHS tape
 by Ed Emshwiller (1925-1990)

Plato Now, by Juan Downey, 1973

Art Marina Abramović Rhythm 0

Art must be beautiful ,by M. A
(and sexy :)))

Video art 'Ulay & Abramović "AAA AAA" 
It's brilliant, because it's our reality.. 
Simply wonderful idea, 
about gender equality ... K. Shiuka

A Narcisstic video ART

Andy Warhol Eats a Hamburger

Vito Acconci - Undertone 1972

Vito Acconci  -1972

 Hood, by Klaus Vom Bruch
( This Art video reminds me my motherland...    it's Panic Attack! CRAZY SHIT... k. S.)

Das Schleyerband by Klaus vom Bruch



Leigh Bowey - Miss peanut

Bjørn Melhus
Das Zauberglas (The Magic Glass)

Video exhibition..

Martha Rosler: "Semiotics of the Kitchen" (1975)

I'm Not Your Enemy ..2011
(Full video art is really great... i can't find.. K. S)

Thursday, 19 December 2013

Tell Me Lies

This great poem by poet and political activist Adrian Mitchell .
 Adrian Mitchell first read To Whom It May Concern (Tell Me Lies About Vietnam) at a protest in Trafalgar Square in 1964, London.
Adrian Mitchell - Tell Me Lies About Vietnam..

 Adrian Mitchell - Tell Me Lies About Vietnam
   Come all ye -
  wartbrain psychics
 with astroid sidekicks
  prostate agents
   and plastic Cajuns

  royal doggerellas
 cluster bombsellers
  alternative surgeons
   torturesport virgins

heavy vivisectionists
columnists, Golumnists,
priests of the beast
who are secretly policed
by highranker bankers
playing pranks with tankers

 ghost advisers
death advertisers
vampire preachers
sucked-dry teachers
beheaded dead bodies
of blank-hearted squaddies

billionaire beauticians
fishing for positions
from poison politicians
with obliteration missions –
I'm alone, I'm afraid
And I need your aid
  can't you see – can't you see – can't you see?

I was run over by the truth one day
Ever since the accident I've walked this way
    So stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about Vietnam

Heard the alarm clock screaming with pain
Couldn't find myself, so I went back to sleep again
    So fill my ears with silver
   Stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about Vietnam

Every time I shut my eyes, all I see is flames
I made a marble phone-book, and I carved all the names
    So coat my eyes with butter
    Fill my ears with silver
   Stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about Vietnam

I smell something burning, hope it's just my brains
They're only dropping peppermints and daisy-chains
    So stuff my nose with garlic
    Coat my eyes with butter
    Fill my ears with silver
   Stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about Vietnam

Where were you at the time of the crime?
Down by the Cenotaph, drinking slime
    So chain my tongue with whisky
    Stuff my nose with garlic
    Coat my eyes with butter
    Fill my ears with silver
   Stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about Vietnam

You put your bombers in, you put your conscience out
You take the human being, and you twist it all about
    So scrub my skin with women
    So chain my tongue with whisky
    Stuff my nose with garlic
    Coat my eyes with butter
    Fill my ears with silver
   Stick my legs in plaster
    Tell me lies about –
BAE Systems

Tell me lies Mr Bush
Tell me lies Mr Blairbrowncameron

Tell me lies about Vietnam

Wholly Communion in London 
 (Recorded Liverpool's film director Peter Whitehead 1965)

Wednesday, 18 December 2013

Artworks With Creative Colors

Artworks With Creative Colors
 'Colour exists in itself, has its own beauty' (H. M)
 An artist must never be a prisoner. Prisoner? 

An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, 
prisoner of style, 
prisoner of reputation, 
prisoner of success, etc.
Henri Matisse

* Monument
 Philip Guston (1913‑1980)

*  Philip Guston - Two fat feet

* Philip Guston, "The Coat II" 1977

*  Philip Guston.  "The Line", 1978

* Shulamite, 1983
Anselm Kiefer (German, b. 1945)

* Anselm kiefer -  Palmsonntag

*  A Song without Words
by Mark Rothko

* Howard Hodgkin

* Howard Hodgkin

* Eishosai Choki Hunting Fireflies

* Mary Frank, What Color Lament?

* Mary Frank's 'Shipwreck'

The Colours

The Colours 

Sunday, 15 December 2013

Orson Welles and Peter O'Toole discuss on Hamlet

 If there hadn't been women we'd still be squatting in a cave eating raw meat, because we made civilization in order to impress our girlfriends.
Orson Welles

Peter O'Toole
(Orson Welles and Peter O'Toole discuss  about Hamlet

Antony Gormley interviewed about Louise Bourgeois on BBC1's Imagine

Antony Gormley interviewed about Louise Bourgeois

Khatia Shiuka; Nobody For President. Everybody For Citizens!

Nobody For President. Everybody For Citizens!
Khatia Shiuka

David Hockney' Portrait

David Hockney's Portrait
by Khatia Shiuka

To practice any art, no matter how well or badly,
 is a way to make your soul grow.
So do it.
Kurt Vonnegut

The Fools - Psycho Chicken (1980)

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Freedom Today, By Khatia Shiuka

  I created sculpture; "Freedom Today"..
 I remember Goethe said that; Non are more hopelessly enslaved than
 those who falsely believe they are free. :)))

Freedom Today, By Khatia Shiuka

My college friend, from performance art course , of course with my sculpture.. 
It's my first sculpture, just i tried... lol..

My friend Teddy is so cute, he is in College, with me :D;D;D
(Angry bear:d)

The Temper Trap have -  "Love Lost"