There are some new, exciting projects coming in 2017! In China 2017 is the year of the chicken or rooster: according to Chinese Horoscope Theory, the chicken is seen as a female metal which is related to gold, precious gems or jewellery, meaning that it implies luxury, beauty and wealth. Reflecting this aspect of Chinese culture – I would like to introduce you to: “Live a Golden Life” – a new international living statues project:
There is a long journey to travel before a statue truly comes to life, is complete, new, beautiful, ready. Research must be done, choices must be made, the work can be long and painstaking. Continue reading
“We must believe that we are gifted for something, and that whatever cost, must be attained.” Marie Curie Continue reading
The first performance of our Juliette was in TATE Modern Gallery in London! She took part in Michael Smith’s video art performance:“Excuse me!?! I’m looking for the ‘Fountain of Youth'” Continue reading
Have you ever wondered what a UfO could bring with it if it ever landed on this planet? Once a year in Szamotuły, Poland a UfO Festival brings living statues. If you think about it, Living Statue Art is just like something from a different planet. Humans but not humans. Statues but not real statues. Moving but not moving. They are different from humans, but just as extraordinary as anything that would be found inside a UFO.
Organizing an event and want to make it different, original, and unforgettable? Of course we all do. But perhaps you’re one of those people who have balked at this challenge and found it difﬁcult to think of a way to create a special atmosphere in your venue, to work out how to keep the people at your event happy and engaged – in other words, how to make it a unique and memorable occasion. It’s not always easy but it can be done! I know: I’ve done it!
How I created the Sweet Dream living statue
My Sweet Dream
When I was a child my mum used to sew a lot. One snowy, winters morning when she was sewing, she called me. She was staring and pointing out of the the window, saying: “You see, a little bird! It flew here to peck some grain.” This was my ‘sweet dream’ memory. It was soft, touching and had a simple beauty, which stayed in my memory forever. 26 years after I recalled that simple moment. It was during the final creation of my Sweet Dream living statue.