movement: n. 1 moving or being moved; activity; 2 act of changing
position; 4 united actions and efforts of a group of people for
a special purpose; 5 (music) principal division of a musical work
with a distinctive structure of its own.
Congratulations to Paolo De Maio, from Italy. Dance is the sublimation
of movement, which is well pictured in the photo.
Highligh also for the series of Mario Beaudet, from Canada, on the
theme "In this world of uncertainty where the materialism is
the rule, more than ever one can wonder where we go ?".
Thank you for all the participations..
The 8th of March is celebrated the International
Day of Women.
In this day, in 1857, the textile female workers of a plant in New
Iorque were on strike, having occupied the plant, to revindicate
the reduction of a schedule of 16 hours per day for 10 hours. These
workers who, in its 16 hours, received less than a third of a man's
wage, were closed in the plant where, meanwhile, broke out a fire,
and about 130 women died burnt. In 1910, in an women's international
conference carried out in Denmark, it was determined, in homage
to those women, to celebrate the 8th March as the "International
Day of Women".
The subject of this month is Women.
Show us how you see women in today's society.
Results will show on the next newsletter and be published on the
site. See how to participate >>>.
> Ruben Circus
Darking the secret places behind the cloth. Remains a
hand full for the out of time rehearsal. The men shout. The tumblers shout.
The steel bars and lions shout. The rope cracks in the emptiness of the
lights. The owner shouts. Only he overlaps the word. The scene changes
quickly to another one. [...]
> geo grafies
Photos done in the Vicentine Coast, Portugal, 2004. The
camera used was a Yashicamat 124g with a yellow filter and the films were
Fuji Acros 100, Ilford Delta 100 Ilford delta 400 and Ilford sfx