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"I have grown up in the shadow of New York City and have
been greatly influenced by its energy. My artistic influences
are diverse, ranging from poets to painters and musicians :
Kerouac to Cobain , Michelangelo to Picasso, Da Vinci, Brando,
Pacino, Deniro, and the bands Nirvana, Pink Floyd, The Ramones,
The Beatles, Tool, and Social Distortion. Music is very important
to me and my artwork, I draw to music a lot. I believe art is
a sacred thing"
The Green Circus is a team of clowns, artists and teachers whose
mission is to educate the public about more ecologically sustainable
ways of living. Through performances, workshops and videos,
which include singing, clowning, yoga, puppetry, animation,
homemade instruments and laughter meditation we are "Saving
the Planet One Clown at a Time".
"Originally from Mexico City, Gisela started her career
contemporary dancer, later she started exploring images rather
than movement and like that, she started working in film and
video. At first she worked supporting other artist, assisting
and learning from bigger filmmakers. Then she developed her
own project, doing a TV series on the creative process of dancers
and choreographers. Later on, she came to New York to earn a
master's degree in documentary film."
"Langhorne's songs come out of American vernacular music
-- the race and hillbilly sounds that peaked in the '20s and
'30s in what Greil Marcus so famously called 'the old, weird
America.' Well, Langhorne makes music for the new, weird America.
It's not like it's political music, it's just that we live in
intense times and Langhorne brings it all back home in the form