#Art # Freedom #Hope

Dedico este espaço à apresentção breve de um projecto que adorei e que merece ser divulgado. Assim se apresenta o eclético artista:

 

«Creio que me podes chamar DZzzz, Gavião, Fly, The Night Fly, Saco, Nasty-O, Cucumber Slice, Zura, Zurara, e Dzzzzura que eu reconhecerei o teu chamado! Mas se queres mesmo saber a minha mãe chama-me, sempre seguido de um eu já te avisei, António Nástio da Silva Mosquito! Nasci em Angola, Huambo(Kaála), no mês dos iluminados! Sou Caranguejo, e por isso há quem diga que teria potencial para ser um p
sicólogo nato, ou mesmo professor! Bem eu confesso que decidi ser um criativo vagabundo com preocupações económico-financeiras!. O primeiro poema que musiquei chamava-se “Abortion”. Cantei-o a dois ou três amigos. Eles disseram que estava fixe, eu acreditei e nunca mais parei».
Desse artista apreciei o olhar críco sobre o “sistema”, a preocupação com assuntos quais identidade, poder, (de)colonização e outros.
Trata-se de uma peça de arte conceptual e audiovisual, os cidadãos do mundo estão convidados a partecipar: http://nastio.mosquito.redeangola.info/album-03/
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This is an amazing project that deserves to be spread around a bit. The author is an eclectic artist that introduces himself as follows:
«I believe you could call me DZzzz, Gavião, Fly, The Night Fly, Saco, Nasty- O, Cucumber Slice, Zura, Zurara, e Dzzzzura, and I would always recognize your call! But if you really want to know, my mother calls me António Nástio da Silva Mosquito, always followed by ‘“I’ve warned you!” I was born in Angola in the month of the enlightened! I am the Crab and for that reason they say I have the potential of being a born psychologist, or even a teacher! Well, I confess that I’ve decided to be a creative tramp with financial worries! Portugal was the arena where I learned some of the tables, and also learned that a ton of led and a ton of cotton weighs exactly the same! Queijas, Coimbra, Queijas and then Linhó! The first poem I sang was called “Abortion”. I sang it to two or three friends. They said that it was cool, I believed them and I never stopped since then».
I appreciated the critical outlook towards “the system” and the concern with such topics as identity, power and (de)colonization among others.
This is an audio-visual experience addressed to the citizens of the world: http://nastio.mosquito.redeangola.info/album-03/

 

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