Construction is complete at A/D/O, a new 23,000 square-foot creative space, which opens to the public in Greenpoint, Brooklyn following the holiday season. At the core of A/D/O is its Design Academy, which aims to inspire pioneering work and be a forum for interdisciplinary debate. A/D/O will provide unique opportunities for professional development while inviting the broader public to explore design through a range of installations, exhibitions and events.
The Design Academy at A/D/O will offer an ambitious seasonal program geared towards design professionals, which stimulates relevant dialogue and new work through talks and workshops, special exhibitions and commissions and designer residencies. Its first program, entitled “Utopia vs. Dystopia: Designing Our Imagined Futures,” investigates the role design plays in a world of rapid change. Partnerships with design firms MOS Architects, OLIN, Stephen Burks Man Made and Turner-prize winning collective Assemble, as well as talks from Yves Behar and Alice Rawsthorn among others, are important components of this inaugural season, which will kick off with a three-day festival January 27-29, 2017.
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Third single of Mister E album by Breck Stewart, music by Fafnir Rockson. Directed by Breck Stewart, first AD Mario Beauchesne and Stevy Turmel DP produced by MoonDaze Productions. Featuring Bony D. St-Jean as Para, Stï¿½phanie Tremblay as Dox, Jorge Briceno as Vesto and Mario Beauchesne as Vixo.
The video was recorded on location at Sky Pub Club in Montreal, Canada. The term Mister E is a reference to the drug MDMA commonly known as Ecstasy which is very popular in clubs. All the songs on Mister E are about the danger of Ecstasy and how it can have a devastating effect on the human brain.
The video was shot and edited with original source 30p HD 1920X1080 then reduced to 1280X720 (hd720) for maximum compatibility with most net settings and web sites.
This is the fifth video and single taken from the movie Utopia. Breck Stewart is the lead singer and stars in the clip along with Eric Deslauriers. The track featured is Above All Clouds from Utopia The Album. This song is about lost love and how it can mark us forever. We all come in contact at some point in our lives with this one person who touches the deepest part of our heart so profoundly that we never fully recover even if there might be other passions.
This is the fourth clip from the movie Utopia. Breck Stewart is the lead singer and stars in the clip along with Eric Deslauriers. The track featured is Bad Boy from Utopia The Album. This song is about the dark side in all of us. How it can give the illusion that we are the master of our own faith, protected from the outside world when in fact we are forever a slave to it.
This is the third clip from the movie Utopia. Breck Stewart is the lead singer and stars in the clip and the song featured is Tomorrow Love from his album Utopia. The track is about the passing of time, the way love has of invading our soul to the point where all we can think about is the way we feel when we're with that person. An intoxicating sense of having found the one yet, feeling like we lose control. I love and hate love at the same time. And so he says...
Clip Part 2 of 7 taken from movie Utopia featuring the track Save Us from the Utopia Album by Breck Stewart. Actors: Breck Stewart, Eric Deslauriers. The song is about our world which is a giant fabrication by human kind full of anger and hate but still redeemable through the power of love in the broadest sense possible.
Clip Part 1 of 7 taken from movie Utopia featuring the song Synthetic Paradise from the Utopia Album by Breck Stewart. Actors: Breck Stewart, Eric Deslauriers. This song relates to that place where we all yearn to take refuge in, this sort of fabricated haven where the harsh reality of life is somehow muted. Like a perfect island in the middle of nowhere full of life, light and beauty.
Single from Utopia Album. This video was created to help promote the fight against DRM technology which is present in Windows Vista from Microsoft and High Definition video format Blu-Ray. It includes segments from a live performance by Breck Stewart at RelÃ¨ves en Folies with fashion clothes by Erzuly and Station 8.
This is the official video version of this song from Utopia reworked to replace the rare first version. It features some images from the movie Utopia which was shelved combined with brand new footage including lip synching by the singer.