Did you hit a wall with your business this year and you worked so bloody hard and feel frustrated, oberwhelmed and scared that your dream is over before it has began.
Ive been there and i feel your pain and hear your buts 💖
After working with 400 women as well as my own journey i have a mastermind workshop about to go into its trial phase and i would love your help 💖💖💖 1-2 hours of your time for 7 weeks and a photo shoot as well as a shopping and styling experience. So you would need to be able to travel to Shepparton Victoria or Torqauy Victoria at some stage the rest is done on line.
There is a cost however it is a fraction of the price when it moves out of its trial period.
If you are keen to help and want to inject momentum, productivity and awesome results into your business i would love to hear from you.
DREAM IT, LIVE IT, LOVE IT 💖
50+ and fabulous beautiful lady. If i could photograph you every year to show your growth, milestones and inner beauty shine through my 💖 would burst at the seams
Come along to SAM to see 'Cover Versions: Mimicry and Resistance', which runs until Sunday 14 January!
This is an excerpt from Soda_Jerk vs The Avalanches with Chris Hopkins and Sam Smith’s ‘The Was’ (2016). In the internet age, the appropriation, alteration and viral dissemination of web-based content (known as memeing) is a ubiquitous activity that reveals the cultural output and communication habits of a digital generation. This methodology underpins the work of artist collective Soda_Jerk, whose samples from internet memes, cinematic and pop cultural histories create alternative narratives.
Soda_Jerk’s approach connects with a strain of net art known as ‘pro surfing’, the copying and pasting of web content in tribute or homage to produce expanded copies or new originals. This approach informs ‘The Was’, which the artists describe as “part experimental film, part music video and concept album.” Using a linear plot structure, ‘The Was’ is composed of a vast array of characters and scenes from filmic history, fused together in uncanny juxtapositions to create new narratives and imagined futures. The Was intervenes into viewers’ cinematic memories, accrued personal associations and nostalgia through an act of montage. Upping a middle finger to copyright licensing laws, Soda_Jerk takes many liberties and no prisoners in its remixing of found cultural material and its readings.
Image: Soda_Jerk vs The Avalanches with Chris Hopkins and Sam Smith, ‘The Was’ (2016), digital video, 13 min 40 sec, courtesy the artists.
Кажется это мой самый не любимый день в неделе и по большей части из-за работы. Многие из вас удивятся, потому что как бы конец недели!? Но неет, это начало "ах, нам оооооочень срочно!". И все по новой!