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Discussion in 'ten-forward' started by claire, May 12, 2005.

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  2. Primrose

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    I enjoyed that thanks..liked the one two 'blissful boy' music and the powerful stoy board he did on "Jerusalem"..but "at the edges of the end" black and whites left me at the sea and tides wishing for a better place to be.


    http://www.frenchculture.org/books/release/art/benloulou.html


    Jerusalem," is a series of photographs by Didier Ben Loulou. Ben Loulou captures the spirit of the old city by seemingly trying not to. This is the Jerusalem as seen through the eyes of a child; very close up, intimate and warm. Although his technical expertise, command of composition and of shadow and light is apparent, it's the almost naive innocence of the work that's most compelling. These are images of experience, not pictures of a place.

    BTW..at this link you can find poems with some of the pictures. ;)


    http://www.coexistence.art.museum/eng/exhibitions/a_touch_of_grace.htm
     
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  3. claire

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    Many thanks for your interesting links Primerose.I know where to look at
    for this week end now ;)
     
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    Marja Honestly, I'm not a bot!!

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    I agree, Primrose, some very intriguing photos and links, I especially noted the picture of people with bar codes on their backs..............
     
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    Those people are part of a human cloning project. I've seen pictures of people with barcodes on their necks.

    The clones are supposed to be a "faster, superior, better" version of the human species.

    :D:D:p
     
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