Agency portal – CPRS Palestine http://cprs-palestine.org/ Fri, 20 May 2022 13:22:37 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://cprs-palestine.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-7-120x120.png Agency portal – CPRS Palestine http://cprs-palestine.org/ 32 32 Korea Non-contact Inductive Slip Rings Market Share Business Opportunity to 2030 | Moog, Schleifring, Cobham – The Daily Vale https://cprs-palestine.org/korea-non-contact-inductive-slip-rings-market-share-business-opportunity-to-2030-moog-schleifring-cobham-the-daily-vale/ Fri, 20 May 2022 13:22:37 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/korea-non-contact-inductive-slip-rings-market-share-business-opportunity-to-2030-moog-schleifring-cobham-the-daily-vale/ The global Non-Contact Inductive Slip Ring industry research report provides an in-depth and methodical assessment of regional and global markets, along with the latest service and product innovations and projected global market size. The Non-Contact Inductive Slip Rings research performs a comprehensive analysis of the market to find the major vendors by integrating all relevant […]]]>

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    Woman slammed for charging dog sitter £1,600 to live in her home and look after her pet https://cprs-palestine.org/woman-slammed-for-charging-dog-sitter-1600-to-live-in-her-home-and-look-after-her-pet/ Wed, 18 May 2022 09:40:06 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/woman-slammed-for-charging-dog-sitter-1600-to-live-in-her-home-and-look-after-her-pet/ The woman has been criticized for trying to charge a dog sitter £1,600 to live in her home and look after her miniature dachshund while she goes on a luxurious two-month vacation. She wants a dog sitter to live in her house for two months while she’s on vacation ( Image: Getty Images) When it […]]]>

    The woman has been criticized for trying to charge a dog sitter £1,600 to live in her home and look after her miniature dachshund while she goes on a luxurious two-month vacation.

    She wants a dog sitter to live in her house for two months while she’s on vacation

    When it comes to needing a dog sitter, many people turn to close family or friends instead of hiring a stranger to babysit their pet.

    But not everyone has this privilege.

    Sometimes owners have to find their own solutions to make sure their pets are well cared for while they’re away, especially if they want to be away all summer.

    But a woman has been slammed for her “ridiculous” demands of a housekeeper, who has to pay her £1,600 for the privilege of staying in her home for around two months.

    The “lucky” person has to take care of their dog, chickens and quail while tending to their vegetable garden – watering, weeding and harvesting crops when needed.

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    The ad, shared on Reddit, reads: “Beautiful Asheville home for rent during the summer months.

    “We are looking for someone to rent our lovely home and take in our Miniature Long Haired Dachshund, Charlie, for about two months this summer, June 5th to August 12th.

    “Our ideal tenant is a single person, a couple or a small responsible family who will scrupulously take care of our house, and who will take pleasure in looking after the hens and quails (regular feeding and watering) and the garden (watering and harvesting, a little weeding when necessary).

    While most users shamed the owner for her “crazy” demands, others pointed out how she exploits people to fund her lavish vacation.

    One user said: “The point is, you should be paid for services, not for providing them. These people are looking to take a vacation and get paid while they do it.

    “It’s 24/7 looking after a house, pet, livestock and garden, they should pay you $4,000 a month”

    Another user said: “These people are most likely fake rich with a super nice house and are smart enough to know there is a market for this thing instead of paying for it.

    “The market they’re trying to reach has the flexibility and the money to think it’s a good idea. People who don’t, including me, think it’s illusory.”

    A third user said: “Free is much more reasonable. You would be house and dog to them so they always get something in return. Expecting someone to pay and do these things is ridiculous. “

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    Doctor Octopus’ Arc Reactor Ending Brings Back An Iron Man Cut Crossover https://cprs-palestine.org/doctor-octopus-arc-reactor-ending-brings-back-an-iron-man-cut-crossover/ Mon, 16 May 2022 16:30:00 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/doctor-octopus-arc-reactor-ending-brings-back-an-iron-man-cut-crossover/ Doctor Octopus’ story in Spider-Man: No Way Home ends with his redemption and a surprising payoff for his scheduled appearance in 2008’s Iron Man. The Alfred Molina Iteration Of Doctor Octopus Returns In Spider-Man: No Coming Homeand its heartwarming ending is a surprising payoff for a slated 2008 appearance Iron Man. Although Marvel Studios, the […]]]>

    Doctor Octopus’ story in Spider-Man: No Way Home ends with his redemption and a surprising payoff for his scheduled appearance in 2008’s Iron Man.

    The Alfred Molina Iteration Of Doctor Octopus Returns In Spider-Man: No Coming Homeand its heartwarming ending is a surprising payoff for a slated 2008 appearance Iron Man. Although Marvel Studios, the in-house film division of Marvel Comics, didn’t get the movie on all of its characters when the Marvel Cinematic Universe launched, Sam Raimi’s Otto Octavius Spider Man The universe would, at some point, appear in Iron Man, tying the franchises together. Although this plan, unfortunately, did not end up in the final film, Doc Ock’s new ending in No coming home it is a (perhaps unintentional) homage to him.

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    In its original ending in Spiderman 2, Doctor Octopus regains control of his mechanical tentacles and mind, sacrificing himself to destroy his fusion generator. In No coming homeDoc Ock is returned to his old timeline (thus creating a new branching timeline from the canonical timeline Spider Man trilogy) with his spirit restored, albeit only minutes before he redeemed himself anyway, making his demise seemingly inevitable. Octavius ​​brought back with him a Miniature Arc Reactor from Stark Industries, which not only means he’ll likely disable his reactor in some other way (allowing him to survive and possibly use the reactor at arc for the benefit of his universe), but also that his planned crossover with Iron Man was referenced in some way.


    Related: Marvel Wanted Iron Man To Cross Spider-Man 2 (Using Doc Ock)

    In Iron Man’s Early in development, Otto Octavius ​​and Tony Stark would have collaborated on the former’s signature cephalopod-like tentacles, with Tony Stark making the arms himself and Octavius ​​developing the inhibitor chip to ensure that it controls them instead of the other way around. This fascinating connection was prevented by Sony holding the rights to Doctor Octopus, but No coming home eventually succeeded on this connection by having a redeemed Doctor Octopus return to his reality with an invention of Stark. While it’s not a literal partnership between the two geniuses, Tony Stark indirectly aids Otto Octavius ​​from beyond the grave.



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    What Spiderman 2 and No coming home (as well as source material from Marvel Comics) proves that Otto Octavius ​​is on the same level of brilliance as Tony Stark, but his live-action film incarnation is held back by the technology of his time, which doesn’t is not as advanced as the modern day MCU. While Octavius ​​immediately recognized the nanotechnology in the Iron Spider suit, his attempt to co-opt her backfired spectacularly when she took control of his 2004-era robotic tentacles, rendering him harmless but extremely irritated. With a miniature arc reactor more than a decade ahead of the technology of his time, Octavius ​​will be able to study Tony Stark’s arc reactor and likely replicate it, even if he will have to answer for his horrific crimes as than Doctor Octopus.


    Planned appearance of Doctor Octopus in Iron Man is notably not the only attempt to establish the Sam Raimi Spider Man movies as part of the brand new MCU. Louis Leterrier lobbied for Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker to appear in The Incredible Hulk, but that too was unfortunately opposed by Sony. The Sam Raimi Spider Man the universe and the MCU may be separate realities, but Doctor Octopus’ possession of Tony Stark’s Arc Reactor in Spider-Man: No Coming Home is a satisfying reward for what would have been a thrilling 2008 crossover Iron Man.

    Next: MCU Wanted A Tobey Maguire Spider-Man Cameo 13 Years Before No Way Home



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    Small studio for £1,200 a month https://cprs-palestine.org/small-studio-for-1200-a-month/ Sat, 14 May 2022 14:50:00 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/small-studio-for-1200-a-month/ A MINIATURE studio costs £1,200 per month to rent out – and its cuisine will take your breath away. One lucky tenant might be the new tenant of their own en-suite room in posh Kensington, but the price is a little too good to be true. 5 The exterior of the apartment in W8Credit: Openrent.co.uk […]]]>

    A MINIATURE studio costs £1,200 per month to rent out – and its cuisine will take your breath away.

    One lucky tenant might be the new tenant of their own en-suite room in posh Kensington, but the price is a little too good to be true.

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    The studio has a small kitchen not for cooking

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    The studio has a small kitchen not for cookingCredit: Openrent.co.uk

    The apartment is a three minute walk from High Street Kensington tube station and just 12 minutes from Earl’s Court station, an incredible location in one of Britain’s most luxurious postcodes.

    Even though the listing on OpenRent describes the apartment as “newly renovated”, with laminate floors, a double bed and an en-suite bathroom, the kitchen is absolutely tiny.

    Tight next to the bed, the small kitchenette includes a sink crammed next to two hobs and a kettle that looks balanced in the photos.

    A slim washing machine and a folding chair are also tucked away in the bedroom.

    There seems to be nowhere to hang clothes although there is a standing chest of drawers and a few shelves.

    While the rent includes heating and hot water bills, a local voice criticized the price as too expensive.

    Local Work Councilor Emma Dent Coad said MyLondon“People will be lining up around the block for this. What terrible times we’re living in.

    Properties in the borough are actually the most expensive in the UK, costing 36.5 times average incomes.

    In South Kensington, 80% of homes cost over £1million and even garages are on sale for £150,000.

    Yet around 3,000 residents of Kensington and Chelsea are on the waiting list for social housing.

    The owner has been contacted for comments.

    The studio came onto the rental market after a similar apartment in Southampton was branded an “elf”.

    The agent describes the modest rental as “small” and at around 8ft x 6ft, they’re not mistaken.

    The photos online show a neat room that is a living room, bedroom and kitchen all rolled into one.

    For those looking for their own tiny home inspiration – a tardis property costs around £109,000 in Somerset.

    Despite its narrow entrance, the aptly named “Backabit Cottage” was a fairly spacious two-story, one-bedroom, one-bathroom home.

    Kensington is the most expensive borough in the UK

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    The studio has at least one en-suite bathroom

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    Groton residents and businesses called to help clean up litter https://cprs-palestine.org/groton-residents-and-businesses-called-to-help-clean-up-litter/ Fri, 13 May 2022 01:08:53 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/groton-residents-and-businesses-called-to-help-clean-up-litter/ May 12 – GROTON – As Andrew Parrella was walking on the sidewalk along Long Hill Road on a recent afternoon, he noticed clean areas but also small bits of trash, from a fast food wrapper to a receipt , littering other places. Parrella, an alternate member of the Groton Beautification Committee, pays particular attention […]]]>

    May 12 – GROTON – As Andrew Parrella was walking on the sidewalk along Long Hill Road on a recent afternoon, he noticed clean areas but also small bits of trash, from a fast food wrapper to a receipt , littering other places.

    Parrella, an alternate member of the Groton Beautification Committee, pays particular attention to the town’s landscape which the committee is working to improve and hopes residents and business owners will participate this month to help clean up the streets of their neighborhoods as part of the committee’s citywide cleanup effort.

    The Beautification Committee has launched an initiative called Clean Up Your Act to encourage people to voluntarily pick up trash in their neighborhood between 9 a.m. and noon on the next three Saturdays this month.

    “We need to get citizens back on their streets,” Parrella said. “My idea is to make Groton the nicest community in Connecticut.”

    Residents and business owners are asked to go out with their own garbage bags and gloves and pick up trash – including bottles, cans and miniature liquor bottles, commonly known as pinches – on the streets and in parking areas, as well as around homes and businesses. According to the committee, participants would then dispose of the items in their own trash cans. People are advised to pay attention to safety issues while working.

    “The beautification committee will continue its part, but we cannot do it alone,” reads a leaflet from the committee. “Let’s all go and clean up Groton! Beautification is a community effort!”

    “This is a great initiative by the volunteers of the Groton Beautification Committee to partner with Groton residents in a targeted cleanup effort,” said Tabitha Harkin, land use planner for the town. of Groton and a committee staff member. “The goal is to stimulate volunteerism in the community to help improve Groton’s appearance.”

    The committee, formed in 2018, has launched projects to slowly change Groton’s landscape, including cleaning up the area at the intersection of Poquonnock Road and Long Hill Road near Avery’s memorial, improving the “walkways” of the city and beautifying Sutton Park off Fort. Hill Road/Route 1, around City Hall at 45 Fort Hill Road and its annex at 134 Groton Long Point Road, Parrella said.

    The beautification committee is expected to obtain funding from revenue provided to the city by a surcharge on miniature liquor bottles. City Council, at its Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday, voted to allocate half of the city’s first-year funds from nip sales to the beautification committee and the other half to public works/waste. solid. Public Works has discussed a few options, including adding special netting to some busy roads to capture floating trash, as well as the potential addition of solar-powered trash compactors in downtown Mystic, the official said. City Manager John Burt. The beautification committee will discuss how to use their share of the funds.

    Burt added that much of the trash left outside ends up in the city’s roughly 4,000 sewers, which the city tries to clean up every year. He noted that the Parks and Recreation Department regularly cleans city parks. The city also has an Adopt-A-Highway program where Public Works will provide bags, safety vests and other items needed to perform garbage pickup on the right-of-way.

    While the committee and the city help keep the community clean, Parrella said cleaning up litter is really everyone’s responsibility and a community-wide effort.

    “It really comes down to neighborhoods helping neighborhoods and businesses helping businesses because we want to keep businesses here and we want to live here,” he said. “We are the submarine capital of the world. We should be so proud to live here.”

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    How to Cook Pūkeko: The Wild Life of Celebrity Chef Angelo Georgalli https://cprs-palestine.org/how-to-cook-pukeko-the-wild-life-of-celebrity-chef-angelo-georgalli/ Sat, 07 May 2022 09:10:00 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/how-to-cook-pukeko-the-wild-life-of-celebrity-chef-angelo-georgalli/ Chefs may be famous for their fiery tempers, but Angelo Georgalli takes my revelation well. The celebrity chef’s latest book is all about cooking wild animals, and he just pulled a promotional straw: his interviewer is a vegetarian. For a second, there’s silence on the phone line before he laughs and promises there’s still something […]]]>

    Chefs may be famous for their fiery tempers, but Angelo Georgalli takes my revelation well.

    The celebrity chef’s latest book is all about cooking wild animals, and he just pulled a promotional straw: his interviewer is a vegetarian.

    For a second, there’s silence on the phone line before he laughs and promises there’s still something in the book for everyone, even me.

    “Just swap fish and game for eggplant.”

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    Black swans are delicious to eat, says Angelo Georgalli.

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    Black swans are delicious to eat, says Angelo Georgalli.

    Georgalli’s third book, The Fish + Game Cookbook, fits the mark of the man known as “The Game Chef” perfectly. The recipes are indeed crazy and this meat-averse questioner has a pressing question: “Is a black swan like a huge long-necked chicken once it’s plucked?”

    Pretty much, said the chief, and of all the birds he encountered, the swan surprised him the most. It was tasty, easy to cook, and had enough meat to feed at least eight people.

    “The breasts are huge, the size of a dinner plate. You can go far on a black swan, if I was dropped off on a desert island and had to choose a bird to take with me, that would be it.

    Now a convert himself, Georgalli says people should try cooking a swan themselves, but warns them to stick to pest species.

    “The White Swans are protected by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, which could be inconvenient.”

    Angelo Georgalli: “I don't stay in the same place and I do the same thing for a long time”.

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    Angelo Georgalli: “I don’t stay in the same place and I do the same thing for a long time”.

    The swan may have surprised the chef the most, but another strange appearance in the book is that of the pūkeko – described as “a wonderful bird to eat”.

    Georgalli admits the idea of ​​cooking hens and swamp swans might be unusual for some New Zealanders, but says it makes sense in every way.

    When it comes to the environment, Aotearoa’s lack of predatory animals has seen certain bird species thrive out of control, and hunting them restores some balance. Financially, the high cost of buying meat is now out of reach for many, and health-wise wild game is simply better.

    “What you tend to eat when eating wild has not been changed. There were no antibiotics, it’s mostly organic and even the stress to the animal is minimal.

    Georgalli says that with our skyrocketing cost of living, the movement towards self-sufficiency is massive, and since that’s how his own family survived, he’s keen to help.

    One of four children, Georgalli was born in Glasgow before his family moved back to his chief father’s home country of Cyprus. The family spent a few happy years on their coastal farm until Turkey invaded the country and they had to flee, losing everything in the process.

    “We were refugees from this war and we boarded a container ship that went to Lebanon. My parents took a suitcase and had four children under 7 years old. I have no recollection of it, but my brother Michael says it was quite difficult.

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    Pūkeko is a “wonderful bird to eat”.

    The family spent around six months in a British Army camp before moving to Italy, although Georgalli’s father struggled to find work. Moving to London, they settle in a council house in Tottenham where they live in poverty.

    “It was a really dangerous area, but my parents kept us safe.”

    It was in this house that a young Georgalli saw with his own eyes how to make a living from the land, from any land. His father transformed the long, narrow yard into a miniature farm, dividing it into two sections to grow vegetables and animals to feed the family.

    Georgalli thought it was great fun but remembers the day he realized the giant white rabbits he adored weren’t really pets.

    “One of them escaped into the neighbor’s vegetable garden and my father went with his cane and hit him on the head.

    “I didn’t know he used them as meat because he didn’t want to hurt me. When the bunnies disappeared he would say he had sold one or two, I would ask what was for dinner and he would say “chicken”.

    Georgalli says eating wild makes sense on every level.

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    Georgalli says eating wild makes sense on every level.

    Georgalli dropped out of school at 14 and spent his teenage years working in his cousin’s Greek deli, then as a waiter and waiter in London restaurants. Meeting and then marrying a New Zealander, he ended up in Aotearoa where he owned nine restaurants and cafes and starred in The game boss TV shows.

    These are the books of which he is particularly proud. It was because of his dyslexia – and the inability of teachers to help him – that he dropped out all those years ago, so it’s a triumph to have three books under his belt. He says this one is very special, having been written in collaboration with Fish & Game and featuring stunning photos of wildlife and landscapes.

    As for what’s next? Who knows. On Monday morning, Georgalli was tidying up his Kingston home and heading into an uncertain future, something he says he shares with everyone in the hospitality game.

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    Cambridge Community Gardens were the target of hungry birds in early 2019.

    “Covid ruined everything. I owned a lodge in Cardrona and Covid ruined it. I opened another business and Covid ruined it. I am now moving to Dunedin while my partner is doing a degree.

    “I hope an opportunity will arise for me there, I have a food trailer.”

    He has projects involving seaweed, certainly archery, and wants to get back into horse riding.

    “I don’t stay in one place and I do the same thing for a long time. Maybe it’s the way I was raised: being displaced and being in a vulnerable situation as a child.

    One thing is certain though, although the house does not have a section, there will still be some form of vegetable cultivation. This is where it all started after all.

    “I will make herbs and a large garden of potted wine barrels. And more foraging.

    The fish + game cookbook is available from beatnikpublishing.com and bookstores.

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    APFEL gives the 2022 Venice Biennale a richly surreal identity https://cprs-palestine.org/apfel-gives-the-2022-venice-biennale-a-richly-surreal-identity/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 05:02:35 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/apfel-gives-the-2022-venice-biennale-a-richly-surreal-identity/ The 2022 Venice Biennale has been warmly welcomed by the art world after its enforced absence from the international calendar. Curated by Cecilia Alemani, the biennial, entitled “The Milk of Dreams”, is presented in a multi-faceted exhibition shaped by Formafantasma, with a graphic identity by the London studio A Practice for Everyday Life (APFEL). Founded […]]]>

    The 2022 Venice Biennale has been warmly welcomed by the art world after its enforced absence from the international calendar. Curated by Cecilia Alemani, the biennial, entitled “The Milk of Dreams”, is presented in a multi-faceted exhibition shaped by Formafantasma, with a graphic identity by the London studio A Practice for Everyday Life (APFEL).

    Founded by Kirsty Carter and Emma Thomas in 2003, APFEL has a strong portfolio of artistic collaborations, both in terms of working closely with galleries – notably Hepworth Wakefield and Maison de Voltaire, as well as Tate, Kettle’s Yard, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Design Museum, the V&A and many more. The team also collaborated with contemporary artists and designers and openly expressed their desire to “also focus on underrepresented communities in the art world; of different social and ethnic origins and of different genders, sexual orientations, emerging and underrepresented individuals”.

    Guiding visitors through “The Milk of Dreams” has been a very varied commission that draws on all of these strengths. Named after an illustrated book by artist Leonora Carrington, originally published in Spanish as Leche del SuenoAlemani’s exhibition at the Arsenale begins with Carrington’s central theme of transformation and follows it, with a predominantly female roster of exhibitors (90% of whom are first-time Venice Biennale entrants) and a mission to rethink and reframe the traditional patriarchal view of art and culture.

    Carrington, who died in 2011, was a pioneering surrealist and feminist, and the book was a collection of intense, bizarre and unsettling children’s stories.

    Although Carter and Thomas joined the process after Formafantasma signed up, Alemani made sure they were an integral part of the planning process. “Cecilia had discovered our work in the art world,” says Carter. “She had the title of the show at the time and shared a few presentations with us, but many artists were still coming on board.”

    The scope of this commission is vast, as it embraces not only the overall identity, but also signage, posters, orientation and information panels, not to mention the important publication that accompanies each biennale, also entitled in this case The milk of dreams.

    “We’re very used to working both on paper and in an exhibition context,” says Carter, “as well as with historical work. The book is almost the exhibition in miniature, in a much more literal way than a monograph compared to a regular exhibition.

    APFEL has skillfully handled the spatial challenges of the biennale, as well as the dense narratives that come with it. Fluidity is one of the structuring themes and the works of artists are at the heart of the graphic treatment of the workshop, which makes it one of the rare occasions when the exhibitors are also present in the identity of the biennale.

    For strong visual markers, Carter and Thomas chose four distinctive eyes, using artwork by Cecilia Vicuña, Felipe Baeza, Tatsuo Ikeda, and Belkis Ayón. These patterns are playful, spooky and yes, surreal. “It’s fun to have those huge eyes on the side of buildings, or on vaporetti or bridges,” Thomas says. “We had this huge pool of artists’ work to sift through, just trying to find some interesting, appropriate eyes.”

    The illustration is paired with strong classic lettering, albeit transformed into a flowing, organic medium. “We loved the idea of ​​using a Roman wheelbase,” says Thomas. “Of course it suits the Italian context of the biennial, but also historically there have been a lot of hard and cold identities for the biennial, and we wanted to reverse that by using a more classic typeface in all caps and then in making it more fluid, metamorphic and animated.’

    The same treatment is given to the biennial’s heavy catalog, a slipcased volume that, when presented en masse, exudes the same restless presence as some of Carrington’s original drawings.

    The end result gives the biennale a playful sense of intrigue that plays on Venice’s image as a magical and mysterious city, as well as the power of art as a catalyst for changing identity and place. orientation.

    “In our work, we often balance, extrude and amplify voices and ideas within artists’ practices and contexts, opening them up and developing new ways to communicate them to different people,” the duo write, and biennial graphics follow the line. between the formation of a strong visual symbol of the event as a whole and the idea of ​​individual artistic identity. “This challenge is what motivates us and interests us every day,” concludes Carter. §

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    One of Reno’s famous “Tiny Ten” homes flirts with a quick sale https://cprs-palestine.org/one-of-renos-famous-tiny-ten-homes-flirts-with-a-quick-sale/ Mon, 25 Apr 2022 20:19:07 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/one-of-renos-famous-tiny-ten-homes-flirts-with-a-quick-sale/ Once upon a time (or five years ago), developers converted an old parking lot into a development of energy-efficient tiny homes in downtown Reno. The pint-sized dwellings became known as the Tiny Ten. Owners have swooned over this small community of homes, so it’s rare for units to hit the market. But when they do, […]]]>

    Once upon a time (or five years ago), developers converted an old parking lot into a development of energy-efficient tiny homes in downtown Reno. The pint-sized dwellings became known as the Tiny Ten.

    Owners have swooned over this small community of homes, so it’s rare for units to hit the market. But when they do, they disappear in a flash. That’s what happened with one particular gem that recently traded at $400,000 and then immediately bounced back in the market.

    If a deal is in the works, that represents some serious price appreciation in the world’s biggest little city.

    When the community opened in 2017, this tiny home sold for $219,000. It went on sale for $319,900 last May and sold for $325,000 in August. It was relisted on April 12 for $400,000, at a 23% appreciation in eight months.

    This accommodation is slightly larger than the others, at 704 square feet. The average size of the 10 houses is around 650. It has one bathroom and two bedrooms, including an upstairs attic which could be used as an office or studio.

    Tiny house in Reno

    (Realtor.com)

    Kitchen

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    Living space

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    Attic

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    Bath

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    It also comes with a washer and dryer, high-end appliances, and an energy-efficient heating and air conditioning system, so utility prices stay low.

    A unique aspect of this development is that each house faces an interior courtyard with benches and a sculpture.

    Community court

    (Realtor.com)

    Community court

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    Each unit also has a small backyard and a single garage. The homeowners association fee is $125 per month and covers maintenance of common areas, gates and fences, and landscaping.

    parking garages

    You probably don’t need a car in this downtown location, as restaurants, shops, and local services are all within walking distance.

    Developers Pam Haberman and Kelly Rae of HabeRae designed these tiny homes to be “very modern, very upscale, just in miniature form”, Haberman likes to say.

    Aerial view of the Tiny Ten

    (Realtor.com)

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    Angola Prison Rodeo returns in 2022 sold out https://cprs-palestine.org/angola-prison-rodeo-returns-in-2022-sold-out/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 02:09:44 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/angola-prison-rodeo-returns-in-2022-sold-out/ ANGOLA, LOUISIANA — It’s been three years since Myron Smith heard the roar of a rodeo crowd. On Saturday, the 10,000-person arena at the Angola State Penitentiary was packed for the first time since 2019 with people eager to see a raging bull chase its rider and pairs trying to roll a cow on its […]]]>

    ANGOLA, LOUISIANA — It’s been three years since Myron Smith heard the roar of a rodeo crowd.

    On Saturday, the 10,000-person arena at the Angola State Penitentiary was packed for the first time since 2019 with people eager to see a raging bull chase its rider and pairs trying to roll a cow on its back. The coronavirus pandemic canceled the competition in 2020 and 2021.

    But Smith, who competed in seven of the rodeo’s 11 events on Saturday, was poised to win “Guts and Glory” and his $500 prize.

    Smith stood on the dusty arena floor with his straw sombrero hanging from his back. He had to battle nearly two dozen other incarcerated people in an effort to rip a chip out of a bull’s eye.

    Smith, who is serving a life sentence for murder, waited patiently for “Nightmare Elm Street” to throw its horns at two people, including Tank, who won 21 times.

    Myron Smith winning the Guts & Glory event at the Angola Prison Rodeo hosted by the Louisiana State Penitentiary on Saturday, April 23, 2022.

    He then apprehensively approached the bull, reaching out and grabbing the air before grabbing the red chip and running away with it in the air. He saw his family, including his fiancé who came from Boston to see him, cheering him on.

    “I started doing a backflip but I’m 48,” Smith said with a laugh. “I looked and my family, they were up there, ‘yeah!’

    “It was a big breakthrough of relief.”

    It was the 19th time Smith had won “Guts and Glory”.

    “A Beautiful Rush”: About Angola’s Prison Rodeo

    The 56th Angola Prison RodeoHeld on Saturday and Sunday, the rodeo features 11 events that incarcerated people can participate in. They include bull riding, bare back, bust and wild horse racing.

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    too bad for heaven, too good for hell – The Brooklyn Rail https://cprs-palestine.org/too-bad-for-heaven-too-good-for-hell-the-brooklyn-rail/ Wed, 20 Apr 2022 21:45:37 +0000 https://cprs-palestine.org/too-bad-for-heaven-too-good-for-hell-the-brooklyn-rail/ In sight Ms GalleryMarch 23 – May 7, 2022New York The ten fabric sculptures exhibited in too bad for heaven, too good for hell at Mrs. prove that Rose Nestler is an exceptional artist, able to align the formal manipulation of her materials and the conceptual contours of her message so closely that the result […]]]>

    In sight

    Ms Gallery
    March 23 – May 7, 2022
    New York

    The ten fabric sculptures exhibited in too bad for heaven, too good for hell at Mrs. prove that Rose Nestler is an exceptional artist, able to align the formal manipulation of her materials and the conceptual contours of her message so closely that the result is both utterly personal and utterly compelling. Nestler is a highly skilled craftswoman, so her billowing satin skirts, drooping leather calla lilies, and hardwood dowels are executed with consummate precision (though she outsources the making of some elements, like the broom). arch of Flying Pomade #22022 or the sandblasted mirror of Raise and fold, 2022). But more impressive than the technical sophistication of the works and the appropriate alignment of form with message is its intellectual rigor: Nestler’s wall sculptures depicting proscenium scenes, truncated bodies or flying devices are carefully researched and carefully refined entry points into deeply held vernacular belief systems. . These pre-modern or magical ways of understanding nature run through us like ancestral arteries, so they feel extremely familiar to us, even if they don’t belong to us personally. Like Mike Kelley and Andy Warhol, for example, Nestler works within a lexicon of pop iconography to reveal deep truths channeled equally through shared history and typed social roles. All of this is difficult to balance, and Nestler’s consistent success in doing so puts him in league with other sculptors like Gordon Hall, Fawn Krieger and Nickola Pottinger whose clarity of vision is so strong their works rarely fail.

    In Mrs., Nestler’s protagonists are the women of folklore and fairy tales who wielded power as tinkerers, healers, sages, oracles or keepers of nature’s secrets. As feminism today deploys the language of fluidity and fairness, Nestler taps into traditions from other times and places (real and imagined) that provide similar lessons – first of all the incompatibility of abstract binaries with the reality of lived experience. Throughout the exhibition, Nestler examines the dichotomies young/old, good/evil, high/low, work/play and, as the title suggests, good/evil. Unlike the neon color block contrasts of earlier athletics-themed work, here the artist adopts a palette of burgundy, black, and white, accented with yellow cheesecloth or the shock of a pastel green glove. These are the colors of these populist places that suspend reality like the cabaret, the lacquered steakhouse or the dark cinema. Nestler’s work therefore sits at the heart of creativity and convention, negotiating the tensions between these familiar associations and various distant histories that fit into our worldviews like missing puzzle pieces. As a result, the work opens with revelation: in one example, the hard-edged shapes of pink MDF wrapped in clear silicone that secure the broom to the wall in Flying Pomade #1 and #2 (2022) reference to a mind-altering agent that witches were said to coat their brooms, waiting to be absorbed upon contact with bare flesh. The cackling of the old witch therefore coexists with a hidden eroticism, a categorical inversion of age and attraction that leaves intact occultism as a place where the uncontrollable or the unknown cannot be regulated.

    Nestler invests the obscure tradition with new relevance elsewhere as well. In Vernacular architecture (2022), a tower of four alabaster stones, Nestler hollowed out small box-like rooms and populated them with miniature armchairs and golden Barbie pumps. Evoking both Roman sarcophagi and Colleen Moore’s castle, this sculpture is Nestler’s first for the exhibition and serves as the conceptual core of the exhibition. Inspired by a walk last fall on a well-known fairy trail in New Jersey – here Nestler finds himself in the company of Robert Smithson, another time recursion researcher at a nearby site –Vernacular architecture recognizes the power of fairies as messengers of the unseen truths of nature. According to the artist, in Irish belief, if an erected tower of stones remains intact overnight, one can build on it. But if knocked down, the site is a fairy path and cannot be obstructed. Such practices, which existed before the industrial revolution, teach us to seek the consent of nature. The ferocious protection of nature by benevolent fairies was therefore all the more pointed in that it would also have safeguarded all these beliefs prior to mechanization and the “enlightenment” of daily life.

    The playful absurdity and deadly earnestness of Nestler’s sculptures lend them remarkable significance, and her easy marriage of such contrasting affects suggests that she is far from exhausting the power of her theme. Bridget’s home (2022), for example, contaminates the almost antiseptic aim of dollhouses as agents of indoctrination through the play of (female) domestic work. In the vacant apartments of his torso are fluorescent fairy votives and a flaccid silicone candle that appears through a hole above the structure’s door. The humor of a helpless dollhouse topped with swollen breasts with wicked nipples works in concert with Nestler’s more cerebral interest in pedagogy and the subversion of its normative expectations. The latter is visible throughout the show, as in the soapstone tongues that sway over the lower edge of the elaborately pleated stage in Three languages (2022). These insinuate that popular subcultural sites like nightclubs are more likely to teach life lessons than the vaunted and supposedly transcendent spaces of high culture.

    Nestler’s comparative inquiry into ancient knowledge and contemporary culture – or the behavior sanctioned and illicitd by capitalism – is nowhere more powerfully expressed than in a pair of works that draw on the dark fable of Hans Christian Andersen The Red Shoes. In this story, a girl is doomed to dance forever for her futile decision to wear the eponymous shoes to church. Eventually, his ultimate punishment is amputation. In Yarn (2021), Nestler features a burgundy skirt in a circle, surrounded by a pinwheel of red-heeled feet. A large stopper seems to nail the assembly to the wall like a dagger, creating a centripetal force that opposes the centrifugal energy of the shoe ring. Like the ancient goddess Fortuna, Nestler spins the wheel of fate, imagining a contemporary world invested with those helpful critical dimensions of the past, like ancient polytheism entrusting entire realms of wisdom to female gods. nearby, in Satisfy Slime Storytime (2022), the only video work on view, Nestler’s hands manipulate glue as a voice reads Andersen’s story aloud. Referencing a genre of niche TikTok videos, the video is its own kind of vortex: totally captivating, you lose track of time in front of it, while the accelerated tempo of the story makes you aware of its passage as you think quickly to follow the rhythm.

    Consciously going back and forth in time, at a time Yarn and Satisfy Slime Storytime propose the possibility of living temporality differently, challenging the standardization of time which orders work and bodies in a linearity turned towards the future and towards production. Feminist scholar Elizabeth Freeman has called it chrononormativity – a normalization imposed by the male potentates and captains of industry in history. Yet, as Salman Rushdie observed of The Wizard of Oz, that famous film based on the supernatural power of other red shoes, “Men’s power is illusory…Women’s power is real.” At Mme, Nestler’s work has profound implications, if only we take rejection and the invisible seriously.

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