Born in Recife, Brazil, in 1962, Mozart studied architecture at University Federal of Pernambuco and obtained his degree in 1986. He worked as a set designer for theatre, cinema, and TV in Brazil while developing in parallel his work as a sculptor.
Mozart has been living and working in Paris since 1992 and has taken part in several individual and collective exhibits in art saloons and art galleries in Brazil, France, Canada, Germany, Belgium, Portugal, Spain, Luxemburg and Italy.
Here’s another demo from the new record. Really really excited about it. Having a lot of fun. This summer has been really shitty. Like REALLY shitty. One of the most memorably bad times of my life ever, but these songs we are working on are really good, in my humble opinion. Normally I tell everyone that we are a terrible band and who cares, but like, I realized I was starting to feel that way just in the name of being humble.
I wrote most of these songs over the course of 2013, which was a year with a lot of highs and lows. This song is specifically about when I worked as a bike delivery driver for Jimmy Johns, I was not an experienced road biker at the time (now am quite seasoned thank god), and my every day was super terrifying but super adventurey and rewarding. My verse in this song (the first one) is all about how I felt on the road, zipping around, going into office buildings, earning cash, eating free ice cream, and just generally loving my life. The chorus is about jobs in general and how sometimes you gotta do stupid stuff your boss says to get by. Koala T’s verse (the second verse) is pretty much what you want to say to any boss. Because unlike television, your most interesting dynamic shit should not be happening at work. He drops some detroit hardcore references like Child Bite, and then alludes to some big news coming up in the world of Mustache Required as a band. Please take a minute to;
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David Wojnarowicz was one of the art community’s most passionate and articulate voices at the height of the AIDS crisis in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Fifteen years ago, we presented “Fever: The Art of David Wojnarowicz” (January 21—April 11, 1999) at our previous space at 583 Broadway. “Fever” was the first systematic assessment of Wojnarowicz’s achievements in painting, writing, photography, sculpture, film, video, performance art, graphics, and music.
Photo: Ivan Dallatana
By Lindsey Hayakawa
First piece in a series of banners I am making.
Left image: the pattern I made for “DRUGS”
Right image: my progress on crocheting “DRUGS”
OUT ON THEIR OWN
I set my expression free on August 12, 2014. Knowing that a piece of me can be free makes me feel whole, complete. Flower IV now lives along the ocean point trail in Boothbay Harbor, ME. It is the shortest trail in Boothbay Harbor, but it was my first hiking experience in Maine. It is difficult to see my piece alone, but I will not forget it. Along my future travels, I will return and document the growth of this piece.