Israeli artist Ronit Baranga’s (previously featured here) sculptures are based on contrast and duality in meaning, unexpected and viewer experience, using the metaphor of the body to transfer unsettling yet powerfully expressive human gestures and emotions to everyday objects, which lose their functionality to become instead active, alive, capable of feeling, of interacting with each other and deciding their own path. Her education in psychology and literature resonates through her intimate and connective works on human nature, that blur the lines between living and still life.
James Jean plays a mean trumpet, but can’t dunk a basketball. Juxtapoz caught up with Jean at the Downtown LA studio he and David Choe share and produced this video: “Juxtapoz Presents Procrastination with James Jean.” They also document some nunchuck skills, spinning magazines on your finger skills, punching bag skills, pull-up skills, staring at a freeway skills, staring skills, keyboard skills, etc.
Stop it Five!?!…You dont have this yet? DJ DRAMA, Aarab Musik, KILLA, and Vado? You better get that B, DEAD-ASS!
01 Intro 02 We Back 03 Always Made It 04 Point The Finger 05 Nuthin Like Araab Musik 06 U Right (Skit) 07 Stop It Slime 08 They Feelin Us 09 Bezel Up 10 A Mafia 11 They Holla Ayyo 12 U Right 2 (Skit) 13 Ohh Baby 14 Get Away 15 Nothing Personal 16 Movin Raw 17 Do Wrong 18 Lonely 19 U Right Part 3 (Skit) 20 Whistle MR. PERFECT