"Wish i could be part of this world..."
I think it sounds very symbolic. Just as the little mermaid dreamed of becoming a part of the human world by gaining legs, millions of people on our planet still fight every day for their rights to be equal regardless of skin color, gender and any other belonging that is a minority in modern society.
An diesem Wochenende habe ich mit einem tollen Tanzteam ( Tanzbrücke Hamburg) eine Sandshow im Theater Ernst Deutsch Theatr gemacht.
Eine außergewöhnliche Reise von den Filmklassikern über beliebte Fernsehserien bis hin zu modernen Filme.
Ich malte 7 Sandbilder zur Musik von Arcestra, begleitet von Tänzen.
The First International Exhibition of Sand Graphics "Beyond Time" in St. Petersburg .
The exhibition which began its journey in December 2015 from Barnaul and has already visited 14 cities of Russia and Ukraine, is a unique one of its kind, the world's largest collection of photographs by 38 artists from 27 cities and 4 countries . The works are performed by various grades of sand (monophonic and color) in the flow of drawing technique and are a vivid example of sand graphics.
I will never forget this show. And not because it was my first performance in Germany, but because this day coincided with my birthday. It is impossible to describe in words what you feel when a crowd of five thousand people in the open air sing to you "Happy Birthday to you ...!" I was moved to tears.
A television program about the history of the Nativity of Jesus Christ, made with the help of sand animation.
This was my first experience not only as sandartist, but also as teacher. Classes with children and their parents, as well as beginning artists were very interesting and useful for myself, as for the artist. Preparing a new topic for the lesson, I always studied it in detail and immersed myself in the material. It was at this time that I had an idea to record a course of SandArt video lessons.