Natsuko Ohama's performance is chilling yet weirdly
funny, and Marya Krakowiak has costumed her with great flair.
Inside the echoing, high-ceilinged Altman Building in Chelsea, it's weirdly
Bizarre and comical, Chris Elam's Misnomer Dance Theater blurs the line between humans behaving weirdly
and animals at play.
The atmosphere is torpid, yet consuming enough that one may not consider until afterward how loaded with art-historical references it is, from Minimalist and finish-fetish aesthetics to the psychologized wax heads and objects of Jasper Johns, turned into a concatenation of props that, in its theatrical solemnity, swings Rondinone weirdly
close to Robert Gober.
Posing moodily on its inhospitable travertine plaza, the Casa radiates textbook punk insouciance, its ugly, sub-Breuer geometry, weirdly
flat surface and brute scale squaring up purposefully to the city that spawned it under the cosy aegis of the 2001 European City of Culture.
My wife just looks at me weirdly
and wonders how I can be laughing so hard at a gun magazine.
The message is that these weirdly
costumed folks are not mere executives of a corporation but the guardians of an ancient and sacred tradition.
lovely artifice of nature is a proclamation of the universal ubiquity of joy.
The seminary, funded and founded by the Presbyterian, Methodist and Anglican churches, with grants from parishes in the United States, is about 100 kilometres from Havana and about five minutes away from the parallel but weirdly
different universe of the tourist playground of Varadero.
She writes, "Not only was the response to vagrancy excessive, but it was also weirdly
Harry Potter is something that is weirdly
about us," says Steve Norris, head of the British Film Commission.
Film (Lode) mines a weirdly
arrythmic vein and is gaily unpredictable throughout.
what might have happened had the weirdly
enigmatic Max Schreck (played brilliantly by Willem Dafoe) been a real vampire.
Calendars, computer screens, and books feature vivid, phantasmagorical images of weirdly
branched, wildly swirling structures.
Listening to these details of the lives of the famous and the nearly famous can be weirdly
addictive, as you find yourself strolling through memory lane and fondly remembering the stars of yesteryear.