A mysterious demiurge figure also speaks directly to users, Gayce in particular. Fans of modern psychedelic shaman Terrence McKenna will nods their heads and murmur mm-hm. For some, however—like a group of actual street preachers who get dosed against their knowledge and proceed to go on a retributive, bloody rampage of killing—Theta leads more to a kind of violent exploitation movie hell than a psychedelic heaven. Unlike many such indie film efforts that run out of steam or lean heavy on latex and red-dyed corn syrup over story and character, the movie finishes strong, leaving a resonant taste in both intellect and heart.
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By Sadie Whitelocks. It wasn't the bright light s of Time s Square that were the main attraction yesterday afternoon but the painted flesh of nude models. New York-based artist Andy Golub whipped out his paint palette in the middle of the busy pedestrian plaza attracting hoards of camera-snapping passers-by. Gianna James, 21, told DNAinfo before stripping off to become a human canvas, that she was 'excited' to be part of the project. It's an exhilarating experience,' she added. Causing a stir: It wasn't the bright lights of Times Square that were the main attraction yesterday afternoon but the painted flesh of nude art models. Two years ago Mr Golub, who is from the small upstate town of Nyack, spent a brief spell in jail for performing the same stunt on the same spot at West 46th street and Broadway.
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The use of watercolour red proved especially disconcerting for seventeenth- and eighteenth-century artists: it came in a wide range of costs, and with a dizzying list of names and shades according to the pigments used. On the economic and aesthetic choice the painter made also depended the staying power of the finished product. The cause of significant anxieties, it was nonetheless the reigning colour, not only because of the modern discovery of its primary status, but also because of traditional significance attached to it in the book industry, as well as in conventional architectural and military representations. This paper investigates what red signified, how its elusive powers were slowly tamed by modern standardization, and what its conventional uses meant for the European-wide dissemination of uninventive watercolour practices.