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some things turned out to. forced marriage genital mutilation humiliation. so i know what else and all we read about. the written word to stand up for women's rights. no one and so don't we the force of nature starting. on t w. i want to welcome to another edition of your imax i'm your host meghan leak from monkey lamps of boxing photos we've got a mixed bag on the show today here's a look at what's coming up. out of the ordinary the company selecting and they're pulling for these designs. strike a blow for top of our makes the road portraits of the wrestlers and boxers.
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and magic potion in a london pub the cauldron you convert to your drinks yourself. made in italy is a trusted phrase in fashion food and home decoration and perhaps because of the made in italy label customers may be more willing to purchase lamps with a monkey or colorful light bulbs held by a mouse well the italian company selectee has specialized in playful home furnishings since the one nine hundred sixty s. we visited the companies at creative director to see how selebi products reflect today's culture and lifestyle. the sofas the fun the role is a hot dog the cushions are tomato and cucumber slices stephanus selectee loves little provocations fast food furniture and animal lamps made his company's name is objective right loud and garish but then he doesn't take himself all that seriously
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. he and his wife adriano like to decorate their own home with products from stefanos company. calls on the queen the move to the truck and i love my work so i also love all the things we make. there my passion going to what i like surrounding myself with them is that when a new rug go play just finished with them i can hardly wait to try to help at home out of it. stefano selectee lives in this farmhouse in the countryside of the whole basin your parma. he bought it twenty years ago and has decorated it in his personal style. the living room centerpiece is the selectee phone rug but not everything here is from his company.
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who like to mix things like this so for my models with our own photo print pillows to fall something over one color. combined with these strong images. i like the so called mistakes in the not so perfect combination and on and on i must be i mean. not far from his home is the company headquarters with a large show room for iconic selectee designs. the hot dog so first. and the burger chair. the banana lymph originally an expensive art objects cast in bronze is now made of synthetic prison and retails for two hundred twenty nine euros. the best seller is the monkey lamp designed by italian artist marcantonio. it's an object with
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a personality and it keeps us company and it's decorative it makes us smile and expresses our desire for joy and being carefree. facility companies beginnings were a bit more humble stefanos father romano began importing basic housewares from china in the one nine hundred sixty s. stefano joined the family business after finishing high school and quickly developed his own ideas. he wanted to replace the house whereas with amusing it on usual decorative objects. nearly all of it is still made in china though no forty seven years old stefano doesn't create the designs himself but works closely with various professional designers and artists. such as more e.t.o. catalogs co-publisher of the photo magazines toilet paper. it's a lead he uses images from the publication for his designs for home accessories sometimes testing the limits of the takes. you're going to suppose so.
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i don't think you can make anything we call pretty even to do bring up with the spaghetti criminals because if you do it properly i know that using a professional image. of this anonymous second that is wonderful for me to be able to make my wishes reality. my craziest ideas and dreams and most of this and then to see that other people like them to be the collision. this do they cover features dollar bills with his face on them an idea from his friends money. is sending animals cabinet off or storage space and as a tribute to the one time farmhouse as is the plastic table cloth in the kitchen another designed by catch on. to let you know as there's a thin line between art and. i think we're good at not drifting over into excessive kitsch if we manage to stay on that borderline she said a monkey the monkey for instance at the has been copied countless times but none of
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the knockoffs has the artistic culture you could see right away that they're not cops they look like gadgets in. this conservatory with open fireplace and company sofas strewn with pillows is the only addition he made to the old farmhouse sometimes stefano selectee can't find any space for a new collector's item so it gets stored here in the laundry room his own personal cabinet of curiosities. next up in the spirit of the upcoming easter holiday we take a brief look at some of the activities taking place around europe coming up in today's express. more than twenty thousand dramas a marching through the southeastern spanish town of the in this week call time the rada it's the christian holy week tradition that it tracks around
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a million visitors each year the drum is traditionally wear red or black skin offs and black tunics the final is splitting parade takes place on holy saturday this division stores will close on easter sunday with a large perception. vienna's largest easter market is currently taking place until april second on the full course. more than sixty traders from around austria and neighboring countries are presenting traditional customs high quality hundred food and like music it's fantastic. i think because it's very cost are into it and it's so many handmade things and it's not maybe in china the market is being held this year for the sixteenth time. after three years of restoration work a fresh go by italian painter p.o. della francesca is back on display at the museum of science
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a total in tuscany. the fifteenth century painting depicts the resurrection of jesus christ it's also thought to feature a self-portrait of the artist seen at the bottom of the painting in a french as it is considered one of the most important artists of the early renaissance and this work was described by british author eldest huxley as the most beautiful painting in the world. the sport of boxing is a raw and rough to say the least but in the eyes of one for charter for there is an artistic quality about it photo and video artist paula sitting manages to turn the brutality of the sport into a soft artistic expression she is a slow motion and dramatic lighting to capture many of the movements well we caught up with her in berlin. a different octave boxing. figures like marble statues of the limb pins from ancient greece brought back to
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life. after just poured a sea being filmed and photographed boxes and restless. she wanted to connect the aesthetics of antiquity with modern day ideas of art and beauty fascinated nearly every art form stars because body and of course i thought it was interesting the descent and body image is being conveyed that goes back to classical antiquity which were old familiar with the use of nuclear and image with them schooled in first you can be. sure fog moves into. the buildings i was schooled at home while growing up. she's the daughter of a photographer a concertina c. building and her father is also an artist. she lives in berlin but she grew up in the city. she's just published
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a book entitled the epic featuring photos that were on show in an exhibition often . photos from the series' arena show progress less in the ring. see bidding is interested in the theatrical presentation of the male body but also in the subliminal cracks in the established image of male ness as the times they are class issues men are bit. hit with sex as men i'm the image presented is one of the classic heterosexual masculinity i know. but with the kind of exaggeration all over emphasis. that for me has a lot of similarities with drag shows. when these incredibly strong men climb into the ring in their pinks mandates out of fear says to me that's the key to saying that there's a wide range was a big or no course a wide spectrum in what's considered the masculine image it's mainly his beard is.
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see that it is especially interested in the ambiguous when wrestlers go after each other with aggression it's also a kind of embrace. finish festoon and sadly i think there's almost tenderness in it and this hand which holds the head tightly and pushes it down and then the incredible body of the other figure which here is pressing into the robes and of course it's also a very erotic image. and wish. you could see the boxes the same way. blows and tenderness are not mutually exclusive as the artists realize when visiting berlin boxing jess. she wanted to find actors for her video the epic her films make the physicality of the fighters visible
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they're almost intimate closeness exposed ness of muscle and skin all accentuated by the slow motion images and there are these moments where you see how a punch affects the other body. part of the you see the vulnerability of the bodies . and effort to make that visible i needed a different pace was i had to stretch time. to type it in. there seems to be pure pleasure of the bodies in the world. curiosity or fascinated gaze at the male body. can't be reduced to simplistic a motivation. does ok but i think it's ok to describe it as a female gaze at the male body in the sense that for centuries the female body has been almost exclusively defined through the lens of the male gaze so that's fine
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considering that reversal. invites us to reinterpret classical texts for a new way. singer and songwriter alice merton moved twelve times in twenty four years and that experience affected her so much that she wrote a song about it no roots has now catapulted her into the european music chart and put her on the radar of music producers while the song in the meantime is appropriately named because it's hard to pinpoint where merton is actually from she's canadian irish and german and she currently lives in berlin and now she is chary with her new debut album but we caught up with her backstage to hear how she is handling her new found fame. that's the hit single by alice merchant it's about my feeling at home in any one
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place. emotion currently resides in berlin but she lived in canada into the age of thirteen and spoke hardly any german. yeah basically won't and then they fly and try to here's where i used to live near toronto ontario my father has none of what gal i did my dad worked a lot in of which were all the mines are bad. as i am he worked in the mining industry but he also had to go down into the mines but he was an advisor. and he traveled a lot. mershon also moved around a lot over the years and she now travels throughout europe performing her music so remind us of canada are important to her. i just love maple syrup i like maple syrup on everything tank exist grapes french toast. and salmon to salmon with maple syrup a stylish it was also by like. no roots went platinum and twenty seventeen with
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sales exceeding four hundred thousand units and sees it as recognition of artistic development since relocating to the german capital before it gets nothing at all mine was before i moved to berlin my music was quite different it's developed a lot here in dance i have always played guitar and sang or played keyboards. and missing out on caviar. and at some point i wanted more of a full band sound a rock sound talking good and solid. rock sound goes down well with fans of her concerts. she's pretty small but she has a powerful voice i heard on the radio and wanted to see what she was like minus. the singer songwriter discovered that an eight week two on a pass through europe doesn't leave time for much else other than music.
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if i don't. have to should definitely exercise more. i have a plan anyway i mean so far that's not going so now but i can find you and i want to but i have a yoga mat with me. when you're actually on the stage just like a workout anyway. fellas versions debut album is set for release this spring. time now for some tips for all you do it yourselfers out there or flowered monograms or a colorful decoration which are nice and for such occasions like anniversaries birthdays or weddings and they are easy to make at home if you have some cardboard foam and a few artificial flowers while our resident d.i.y. expert friends in quito us shows us how to make them. hi i'm friends with got into day i will show you how to make
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a beautiful monogram ring for and it's perfect for romantic locations and i will make sure you can do it yourself you will need some decision of flowers and the like some cod body does seem to lead enough to write something florence phone which you can get from a florist the internet shopping. and maybe a bit of the pretty claim so you can cull out the lettuce from the outside cut of all of the caulk lot along the top of the lettuce the knives easily so be very careful. remove the cot but inside that have tests so they are completely empty and . now you could if you like paint the lettuce. i'm making mind wide so they will match the blossoms i'm using. now kept the foreign film so it fits neatly into the hollowed out bed. it's finicky but not difficult this whole should told by itself but you can do have to be on the stand aside
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remember to search every little gap. that the stems off the flower. so there's just a little bit left now comes the really fun part starts taking the flowers into the home base in unit is you might want to experiment a little until you see which flower you want way. that you've got them over and flower arrangement thanks for that intensive mother's day wedding or as a decorated element in the anything. to make the whole thing a little bit most favor once you know wage flower goes put it with a blue on the end of each step to keep it in place. so what is the best way to show off a piece of artwork to the public well this is a question that curators of museum exhibitions grapple with all the time so now an exhibition in germany deals with the question of exhibiting and gives us some insight into how museums and galleries go about displaying art in the best way to
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attract the most attention. have you ever wondered why the pictures at an exhibition have been hung the way they have. or why objects are arranged as they are it's all the result of careful consideration by museum professionals how do you display art how do you create an exhibition. the bodden has provided an almost overwhelming abundance of answers the main exhibition room looks a bit like a second hand shop. i actually feel very at home in this room. items have been carefully collected and arranged to document the history of exhibitions through the ages. during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries cabinets of curiosity's were popular as members of the nobility and the rich bourgeoisie were
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keen to show off their treasures preferably all at once. with the dawn of the modern age it all became more structured. many private collections provided the basis for the first museums and exhibition architecture became ever more important . putting on an exhibition about exhibiting might seem like quite a challenge. assistant as i wish it's certainly a difficult idea that we had with the show how do you present the nature of exhibiting through an exhibition but that was exactly what interested us. alongside historical items from exhibitions our works about the behind the scenes of exhibit. those who sign it could. this is a work by fred wilson on one who likes to show all the invisible technology that is part of walk out of us is that so i know and this is a sort of movable war long. pictures flast but also slanting from
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behind. and come. over the years it's been mostly artists themselves who have influenced exhibiting. they've designed exhibition furnishings and discovered new exhibition space and. the idea of this exhibition is also to show that it's not only about exhibiting in a museum but that can turn almost any space into an exhibition space such as our lovely legal shooting from the outside this piece looks a bit rough and also. true it could be a construction site trailer. but inside it smells like a real grand center three credit in putting nature into a white cube the artist has brought the white cube into nature. art works accompanying the exhibition are scattered throughout the city even in
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shop windows. to go with the construction site outside here's an artwork made of construction workers clothing. an exhibition about exhibit a. is taking quite a risk. but it manages to present what could be a dry topic in a playful manner encouraging visitors to reflect and ask questions. that there is no such thing as the perfect exhibition. but this one at least. explains why such perfection is impossible. a majority of the fans from the harry potter series are kids and definitely not of drinking age however there are plenty of fans who have grown up in the mean time who also revel in the magic of the wizardry and for this group there is a new public land in which specializes in cauldron like cocktails while here visitors can sample
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a wizards that brew it and at the same time feel all of its magical effects. the coltrane is london's latest trendy pub kitchen shelf out with a magic wand and a cloak and you can enjoy a fun drinking experience says his apprentices the cocktails made by a mostly just all they can do their own mixing in the spirit of how we process and her mind. it might look like magic but it's all down to chemical reactions still that's good enough to play the fans of the possible. live oaks at sides that will be one of the things we sort of bonded over years ago when we first meet was harry so when i said i was coming over to visit we thought that's fine harry potter things we could do it's higher processor passed out. tonight. that you don't have to be a part of and to enjoy this big drink is dream come true it's simple gesture. the
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beer dispensing tree is pretty incredible. it's been really good. the pups owners would have liked to call it the best would be a tree but acquiring the rights to trademark names from the harry potter series would have been too expensive. for that reason any similarity to the creations of writer j.k. rowling is purely coincidental even if the manager himself bears assess resemblance to the main characters. combine those two things to create and interact. oceans experience where we use science in tech in very specific ways so that you need to measure blogs that control aspects of the room and my co-founder dave has invented molecular cocktails that double in slow can change color the generation that grew up with harry potter is now old enough to conceal adult beverages but their child like enthusiasm for the magical world remains.
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and with that it is time to say goodbye but we go we want to let you in on this week's contest since the easter holidays holiday is just around the corner we would like to know what your favorite holiday is is it easter or maybe it's ramadan or something completely different only celebrated in your part of the world in any case we would like to know so please go to our website for all the details and you could qualify to win a euro max watch as always thanks for tuning in we'll see you again tomorrow. on the next edition of your own max space architects mario party is turning seventy times this weekend the perfect opportunity to constantly look back at his life's work his designs question traditional forms of construction and he finds new solutions for classic buildings the many churches he's created our own so i'm usually incorporating nature in his unique way to discover mar del plata next time
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