I get up on stage that night like a horse ready to charge. My heart’s pounding to rectify my trimester of failure. I triumphantly jump onto my two feet with my back to the audience. The band starts playing that swingy beat. My hips sway. The audience is into it. I’m a short cute chick dressed up like Elvis.
‘The parts that embarrass you the most are usually the most interesting poetically, are usually the most naked of all, the rawest, the goofiest, the strangest and most eccentric and at the same time, most representative, most universal … That was something I learned from Kerouac, which was that spontaneous writing could be embarrassing […]
What if all at once the world woke up to the same realization that Everything Is Energy?
Painting brings us back to a raw primal place; snowboarding, as any physical activity, does as well. It reinforces all our natural senses that I think start to rust once we begin developing as adults.
“Eternity is with us, inviting our contemplation perpetually, but we are too frightened, lazy, and suspicious to respond; too arrogant to still our thought, and let divine sensation have its way. It needs industry and goodwill if we would make that transition; for the process involves a veritable spring-cleaning of the soul, a […]
Dear Seymour Community, I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for your invaluable enthusiasm and support during these crucial first months since the launch of our SEYMOUR+ space in Paris and to tell you a bit about where we are now and what we need your help to achieve in the […]
FICEP – The Forum of Foreign Cultural Institutes in Paris has invited Seymour Projects to participate in their upcoming Nuit de la Littérature ! Save the date: May 30th, 2015 After being held in Saint Germain in 2013 and the Marais last year, this year’s event will take place in our neighborhood around the Canal St. […]
Dr. REGINA VALLUZZI has always pursued art in tandem with her technical achievements in Nanotechnology and Biophysics. She is a trained scientist, with a BS in Materials Science from MIT and PhD in Polymer Science from University of Massachusetts Amherst. She has spent years as a researcher in the Chemical, Physical and Biological Sciences. Dr. Valluzzi’s […]
Stefan Lorant (February 22, 1901 – November 14, 1997 ) was a pioneering Hungarian-American filmmaker, photojournalist, and author. Of his many accomplishments and projects our favorite is Lilliput, a small-format monthly magazine of humour, short stories, photographs, and the arts, founded in 1937. The publication was brilliant and innovative for its time in many […]