On the Side

This and that by Performing Artist, Juri Onuki http://jurionuki.com
~ Thursday, September 25 ~
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I spoke a bit about myself to mb! Magazine. Thanks you @sonjamauro and @calliopop😊😘 photo by @hellomatthew  http://mb.mercedes-benz.com/en/101942/eye-on-juri-onuki-2-3/

I spoke a bit about myself to mb! Magazine. Thanks you @sonjamauro and @calliopop😊😘 photo by @hellomatthew http://mb.mercedes-benz.com/en/101942/eye-on-juri-onuki-2-3/


~ Tuesday, September 23 ~
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Hands. I made a short dance piece for #helpchildreach5 project.

Hands. I made a short dance piece for #helpchildreach5 project.

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~ Sunday, September 21 ~
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I see you peeking #NYC

I see you peeking #NYC

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~ Thursday, September 18 ~
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#ejecta is performing this Saturday at glasslands gallery! Movements coached by me🔮📀 don’t you wanna know who she is?

#ejecta is performing this Saturday at glasslands gallery! Movements coached by me🔮📀 don’t you wanna know who she is?

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~ Tuesday, September 16 ~
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Ramona Lisa: Lady's Got Gills from mb! by Mercedes-Benz on Vimeo.

Ramona Lisa short Film “Lady’s Got Gills”

Directed by Michel Auder and Andrew Neel.

Featuring Caroline Polachek, Jen Polachek, Sonja Mauro

Dance Coached by yours truly 


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~ Friday, August 15 ~
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blastedheath:

Sigmar Polke (German, 1941-2010), Untitled, 1999. Interference colour and dispersion on paper, 100.9 x 68.3 cm.

blastedheath:

Sigmar Polke (German, 1941-2010), Untitled, 1999. Interference colour and dispersion on paper, 100.9 x 68.3 cm.


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~ Thursday, August 14 ~
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when was the last time i saw a music video that made me really wanna dance badly?


~ Wednesday, August 13 ~
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julienfoulatier:

Design by Sigmar Polke, for the Grossmünster Cathedral - Zurich.

julienfoulatier:

Design by Sigmar Polke, for the Grossmünster Cathedral - Zurich.


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~ Tuesday, August 12 ~
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The Genius of Robin Williams in “Aladdin”

newyorker:

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Ian Crouch reflects on what he considers to be the actor’s most iconic performance:

“Thanks to Williams’s generosity and full-throttle sincerity as a performer, the jokes that went over the kids’ heads never felt exclusionary or as if they had been included at our expense. Instead, they were a warm and thrilling invitation to aspire toward joining the adult table, where Williams would put you at ease by poking you under the table and making fart noises.”


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~ Monday, August 11 ~
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🌝vs 💡#supermoon

🌝vs 💡#supermoon

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