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We've gathered of our favorite songs and rhymes from all the continents of the globe. Over pages! Each song includes the full text in the original language, with an English translation, and most include sheet music. All include links to web pages where you can listen to recordings, hear the tune or watch a video performance.
Each includes a beautiful illustration. Many have commentary sent to us by our correspondents who write about the history of the songs and what they've meant in their lives. We hope this book will help foster a love of international children's songs! Mama Lisa's Blog. A place for poems, songs, rhymes, and traditions from around the world for both kids and grown-ups to enjoy!
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She borrows from a wide range of avant-garde practices, surprising the viewer by creating something that looks familiar, but with a subversive twist. Claire Fontaine has created and installed in the exhibition a hand-cut cardboard stencil of the slogan that could be used to spray paint the text. It is a fragile and minimal work that relates directly to the political space of the street. Another form Claire Fontaine appropriates is the work of Conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth, who since the s has explored the nature of art by focusing on inherent, as well as peripheral ideas, that surround art.
Claire Fontaine and Kosuth are both deeply influenced by the work of Marcel Duchamp, another artist appropriated within the exhibition. The work describes a transaction that usually happens in private, thereby making it public.
The other neon sign included in the exhibition is site-specific and located on the exterior of the museum building. The light emitted from the neon is also a silent reminder of a time before colonization when the woods were only inhabited by indigenous people. Claire Fontaine appropriates the work of Richard Prince, himself a well-known appropriator. That the detainee had to describe in detail what happened, and thereby relive the embarrassment and shame, is significant to Claire Fontaine. The brutality of that gesture evokes the brutality of racist jokes, some of which are used by Prince.
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The work refers to a hypothetical time before original sin when good and evil could be recognised without risk of error or confusion.Buckley is referenced in the film Vanilla Sky, when Sofia asks David if he would rather listen to Jeff Buckley or Vikki Carr, to which he responds, "Both. Simultaneously." As David is leaving Sofia's apartment, the music playing is the intro to Jeff Buckley's song "Last Goodbye", from his studio album Grace. Resurgence.