Sue Austin is a British artist who has been in wheelchair since 1996. She was a part of the Cultural Olympiad in Britain in 2012 which is a celebration of the arts leading up to the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games held in London.
She worked with a team of diving experts to create a series of scuba diving performances in wheelchair underwater. They called it, ‘Creating the Spectacle!’.
Creating the Spectacle by Sue Austin, Freewheeling
“Teen bulling and teen suicide based on someone’s sexual preference is ridiculous – and this film turns the tables on modern society. What IF the shoe was on the other foot?. ” –K.Rocco Shields (Creator/Director)
More and more people realize that we have to do something to save our planet, especially the rainforest. We have a lot of the articles and videos out there to tell us how to put it into actions. This video turns the table on the action things. It shows us how to do it wrong. Check out this creative video by Rainforest Alliance.
When I saw this video for the first time, I thought this girl does speak all these languages. I figured out that she was just saying some gibberish until she came to British English and American English. She’s really good, both in speaking and acting. No wonder it got more than 4 millions views now. Check it out now. UK and American English accents are at 0:50 and 1:12.
After having a big party, your house is messy with wine bottles and wine corks all over the floor, what can you do with them?
Artists offer you the best ways to use these stuff to make your house super brilliant! Continue reading →