Sickick – Infected (Intro) Talk Sick 3 Looped Version NEW MUSIC


They call me the freak of the fall, You feel
like a badboy? Well I’m King Kong I’m the new high and you’re the same bong… I know I’m, I Know I’m hot don’t cryyyy Talksick3
in the fall, I’m the new album you’re the same song They say I’m sick and it won’t
take a long, till my sickness spreads worldwide… Drop It!

Insects – Learning Songs Collection For Kids And Children With Lyrics | Rhyme time | Happy Kids


The firefly at night goes blink blink blink,
Blink blink blink blink blink blink. The firefly at night goes blink blink blink,
All around the trees. The bees in the flowers go buzz buzz buzz,
Buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz buzz. The bees in the flowers go buzz buzz buzz,
All around the flowers. The ants in the grass go march march march,
March march march march march march. The ants in the grass go march march march,
All around the grass. The crickets in the leaves go chirp chirp
chirp, Chirp chirp chirp chirp chirp chirp.
The crickets in the leaves go chirp chirp chirp,
All around the leaves. The caterpillar in the field goes creep creep
creep, Creep creep creep creep creep creep.
The caterpillar in the field goes creep creep creep,
All around the field.

Code Phat Gaya : A Software Engineer’s frustration over production bugs | BC Sutta Parody

Code Phat Gaya : A Software Engineer’s frustration over production bugs | BC Sutta Parody


Ek Software Engineer ko kya chahiye hota hai, zindagi me? Ki wo weekend pe apni drink enjoy kr sake. Aur usko sabse jyada darr kis cheez ka rehta hai? Production Bug ka. The worst thing that can happen to him is – Agar weekend pe koi production bug aa jaye. To yeh gaana maine usi ke uper likha hai.
I hope you enjoy it 🙂 Doston me baitha, main gaming kar raha… Agle long weekend ki planning kar raha… Call mujh ko aayi, main jhat se darr gaya… Baithe baithe lag gayi, mujhe pata bhi na chala Null check bhi lagaya Are Null check bhi lagaya, unit testing bhi kiya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya… Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Doston sambhalo, mera code phat gaya… Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Khabar aisi sun ke, mere tote ud gaye.. Plan long weekend ke mitti me mile logs me bhi dekha, debugging bhi kiya… 8 ghante lag gaye, bug repro na hua! UAT pe sahi tha Are UAT pe sahi tha, jane kaise phat gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Architect bola – Ye galti hai teri Mujh ko to hai lagta farzi degree hai teri Business wale bole – “Are ye kya ho gaya” “Tool ka revenue itna low kyu ho gaya!!” Itne sare email! Itne sare email, mera BP badh gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! 18 ghante ke liye, main desk se na hila… raat bhar khoja 😉 main thak ke gir gaya! DB Admin bola – koi issue nahi mila… 5 minute ke ander, wo offline ho liya Zimmedari ka danda Zimmedari ka danda mere sar pe aa pada Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Bug fixing ki khatir mera weekend chhin gaya… Doston sambhalo mera code phat gaya…
Pehli hi release me, exception aa gaya! Exception aa gaya Exception aa gaya Written & Performed by: Gaurav Madaan
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For These Tiny Spiders, It’s Sing or Get Served | Deep Look


Behold a very small and rather cute spider. This is clypeatus. A jumping spider. He doesn’t spin webs. Instead he uses silk as a lifeline, reeling
it out as he hops from place to place. But right now, he’s looking for a mate. The thread of a female spider that he can
trace back to its source. Problem is, she may have other priorities. While he’ll jump on pretty much anything
that moves…She only mates once. She’s picky. So he’s going to make his case… on the
dancefloor. Male jumping spiders perform courtship displays
that would make Bob Fosse proud. Jazz hands, leg-lifts…they even shimmy their
pedipalps. But he needs a soundtrack. So, by beating together the front and back
halves of his body, he creates vibrations that travel through the ground. This is what her ears look like. Tiny membranes stretched across slits in her
legs. To study these jumping spider pulses, researchers
at the University of California Berkeley use a sophisticated laser vibrometer developed
for quality-testing cars and airplanes. It turns those vibrations into something we
can hear. And guess what? It’s a song. The first verse sounds like this. A fast heartbeat. Thump thump thump thump thump thump thump. Then, more thumping. Followed by something new. A “BOOM.” This is verse two. That pattern, over and over again. For verse three he adds a third element. Almost like he’s casting a spell, right? From species to species, and there are thousands
of different jumping spiders, the songs vary. But one thing never changes: Male jumping
spiders sing like their lives depend on it. Because they do. She may mate with him. She might refuse. But she might just eat him instead. When the Berkeley scientists prevented the
males from singing while they danced, the females were three times as likely to hunt
them as prey. So he needs to go big. The closer he gets to her, the more danger
he’s in. The dance and the song get more and more urgent. But even with all that… She’s still calling the shots. Hi, it’s Amy. If female spiders are picky, with males, the
bar is so, so low. He’ll do this courting song and dance with
pretty much anything. In the lab, scientists use frozen specimens
this one. A dead female spider! And he still tries to mate with her. While you’re here, subscribe to Deep Look,
and thanks for watching.

The Raging Termites Band – Backdoor Official Music

The Raging Termites Band – Backdoor Official Music


The Raging termites are back again
They were at my back door again They Ripped everything apart
I don’t know how to finish or how to start The Raging termites are back
You can ask my girl cause they hit her in the crack
They chewed on our back door I don’t think I’m ever going to make a score
Those Raging Termites, Those Damn Raging Termites they ruined my friendship with my girl
50 50 50 and those muther fuckers ate her out
And they hit her and they screamed and shout
Those damn Raging Termites, they Did their job Something I couldn’t do with my 2 inch dick
Those Raging Termites ate her out again I don’t know if they’re going to be my friends
Now there’s no front door And DON’T EVEN THINK I’M GONNA HIT HER IN
THE Backdoor Those Raging Termites and Me gotta settle
a little score They Can Munch They Can Crunch but my tongue
can win this little war But they’re never gonna get me in the backdoor Those Raging termites
Those Damn Raging termites The Raging Termites ate by the door
It’s overfilled with raging termites They’re never going to get anything from me again,
they ruined everything cause
they’re not my fucking friends
they ate her bush

Here’s How The Crack Epidemic Brought A City To Its Knees

Here’s How The Crack Epidemic Brought A City To Its Knees


My name is Aaron Williams. I’m a journalist from Compton, California. I’ve been researching the effects of the crack
epidemic for over a decade. Crack is a processed version of the party
drug cocaine in rock form. I did try it and from that moment on I was
chasing the initial high. It goes directly to the pleasure center of
your brain. There’s just no escape from it once you’re
addicted. Everybody lost their minds. [Song Lyrics] One dollar, two dollar, three
dollar, four, and the young baby momma and her daughter going broke. Increase violence, gangs, riots. The Crips and the Bloods have swarmed eastward. The use of crack increasing quickly. Fearlessly setting up an open-air drug market. The reaction of mainstream America was, “Oh
my God. “Oh my God. We have to fix this immediately.” They work every day to plot a new and better
way to steal our children’s’ lives. [singing] Just say no… That was right around the time that D.A.R.E.
came out. The egg and the skillet. This is your brain on drugs. …danger of crack. Thousands of dollars in cash and firearms… Enough is enough. Trying to fix things without knowing how they
got broken in the first place is a great way to break them worse. Ah! Ah! You had Ronald Reagan getting involved. Retribution must be swift and sure for those
who decide to make a career of praying on for those who decide to make a career of praying on the innocent. You have the militarized police. I’ve seen plenty of raids in my lifetime. If you’ve ever seen the movie ‘Straight Outta
Compton’ where the tank rams in the door, that was right around the corner from my house. I remember thinking, ‘That’s a house. People live there.’ If you were caught with rock cocaine they
were getting these sentences for twenty-five years. You’ve got to have mandatory laws. You’ve got to show people if you arrest them,
we’re going to keep them. Put handcuffs on her, get her out of here. People are going in at twenty and coming out
at forty-five. How are we suppose to build a community that
way? You had this proxy war going on. A Senate investigative panel found that there
were people associated with the CIA who were involved with drug trafficking. One of the motives was to raise money for
the Contras in Nicaragua. Tonight I can report to you that we’ve made
much progress. It’s almost hard to comprehend what might
have been if not for this crack scourge that raced through Los Angeles and other major
cities. Today, the perception is of crack users as losers. We still need treatment programs. And I think that we still need to decriminalize. Our Mayor, Aja Brown, has done such a tremendous
job of bringing jobs and employment back to Compton. Crime rate has gone down. Things can and should and will get better. But we have to work for it.

TRAP-JAW QUEEN VS. TERMITE QUEEN

TRAP-JAW QUEEN VS. TERMITE QUEEN


[Music] hello guys in this video use your new add-on to macro scholar these ants are also known as trap-jaw ant’s here is the queen that I was talking about in the last video congratulations to Lucas Chan it’s indeed Anna don’t America’s colony it’s my first time keeping these species they are quite unique birthday for the screen I tried some unconventional techniques most because I didn’t have the supplies at the moment I didn’t have access to mealworms so I had to feed her only mosquitoes and wiping cloth moth larvae like this one in the picture she loves eating them thanks for the 400 subscribers guys it’s great to see the channel growing and because of that I created an Instagram follow me there the link will be on the description I’ll be posting some cool photos the making off of the videos and we can have a little chat drj and here’s what I’ve been feeding her usually she doesn’t take long to take it but I think that the light is scaring her let’s watch [Music] [Music] there she goes she’s attacking the world why it’s awesome to see those jaws working she seems to be more worried about the light from the camera at the moment this larva is turning out as a great protein source the roots developing fast and the Queen still laying eggs [Music] she took it now she’s taking it to her brood I think she’ll save it for later though having all three stages of brood is assigned to the call new have more workers coming after the first ones in a good flow [Music] [Music] after some days I had a termite neutral flight here so it took some of them to feed my colonies they are a great protein source oh you heard that that’s the sound of the trap-jaw Queen attacking the termite I am NOT amplifying the sound it’s really dead loud scientists have record peak speeds between 126 and 230 kilometers per hour in the attack of this type of fence it’s truly a powerful attack capable of killing and maiming their preys the termite allayed have no chance against this killing machine you can see that our Queen already managed to cut off some of the termites legs that’s what she trying to overcome the termite I’ll be right back [Music] she’s bringing it back to her broad in the air you can see something new a worker yes he managed to successfully start from scratch and he done to make his colony but a bear I was not yet over let’s keep watching the workers doing its best to keep the pack of safe it’s the future of the colony prepare now because you’re about to hear the Queen attacking listen [Music] moving on some more days we managed to get one more worker aren’t they awesome their red legs looks very cool with their black bodies I decided to keep this colony only the test tube with no outward it’s a hard decision to make while keeping this type of AIDS they are same across row so the Queen needs to be fed even in the beginning [Music] after some more days we doubled the amount of workers now we have for these type of events can bite as you saw and can also stink so needed to be really careful I don’t recommend keeping it that sink if you are only beginning the Hobby because it can really hurt you we can see cocoons larvae and eggs the screen is doing a great job I captured her with wings and out of the nuptial flight season here in Brazil I wasn’t expecting her to be fertile and look what we got now he really made a mess in the tube since they don’t have an out world to dump their trash I also taught that designs needed dirt for the cocoons to create their shells but I guess that we proved that it’s not true let’s watch how they behave I’ll be right back with some more news about this colony [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] I prepared two simple Outworld for them only with their tube some dirt and another tube in case they preferred a cleaner nest they moved some dirt into the tube that’s a way to protect their nests making the answers smaller we now have six workers and more will come soon you can see that the workers are already outside exploring their new home I’ll be leaving here leave a thumbs up if you enjoy our new colony it took quite a long time for the colony to reach this point but they managed to film almost out of the process subscribe to the channel for more videos thanks for watching [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music] [Music]

Resident Evil 7 song (All infected by a B.O.W)

Resident Evil 7 song (All infected by a B.O.W)


In Dulvey, a town in Louisiana. Lives a very special kind of family. They went missing, it soon became a cold case. And now I’m trapped inside this monstrous horror place. Watch your back, for the father called Jack! No, I don’t want to eat, angry mother Marguerite! Oh and Lucas, he’s the son. Toys with victims cause it’s fun! Missing daughter Zoe, and a mysterious old lady. Oh what are they going through Rooms filled with a black goo All infected by a B.O.W There’s only one thing to do I want to escape with you All infected by a B.O.W Oh what are they going through Rooms filled with a black goo All infected by a B.O.W There’s only one thing to do I want to escape with you All infected by a B.O.W All infected by a B.O.W All infected by a B.O.W Oh what are they going through Rooms filled with a black goo All infected by a B.O.W There’s only one thing to do I want to escape with you All infected by a B.O.W

Look Closer: Hyperreal Art and Insects Made of Flowers | Exhibitionists S03E14 Full Episode

Look Closer: Hyperreal Art and Insects Made of Flowers | Exhibitionists S03E14 Full Episode


♪ ♪>>Phil: Hey, a new show. This one is a colourful one.>>Amanda: It is. I really like how the artists in this episode force us to look closer, you know, beneath the surface.>>Phil: Beneath the surface. Okay, let’s look closer. And in three, two…>>It’s more about having this connection with the nature.>>In between black and white there’s grey, and colour is like the magic in all that grey area.>>We’re more connected than ever, but we’re so disconnected. ♪ ♪>>Amanda: Hello, and welcome to CBC ArtsExhibitionists.The show that brings art from across the country directly into your home. I’m your host Amanda Parris. Today is all about looking closer. The artists we’ll meet are all making work that invites you to peer beyond the surface, examine every detail and discover that there’s more than meets the eye. Raku Inoue creates dragonflies and butterflies that are blowing up on Instagram. They’re delicate and beautiful, and what they’re made of will definitely surprise you. Take a look. ♪ ♪>>Raku Inoue: For this type of work, the goal is to not over think, just to create in a very natural way. ♪ ♪ You know, I usually work with illustration agency, publicity agency, and they often have a specific direction they want me to take. So I just came out with this exercise to be more apt to create in more like a spontaneous way. I used to make Japanese flower arrangement, which is called Ikebana. Ikebana is about finding the material that’s available for that season, for that specific season. Make an arrangement by making sure to respect that material. Let’s say one day it rains a lot, a lot of flower petals will just fall off, so I will pick those petals up and I will use those to create my butterflies. Insects were always like a symbol for me. My grandfather passed away when I was very young, and during summer my mother used to send me to my Grandma’s house. It’s really hot and humid in Japan, so she would open the blind and she would open the door, and every summer there’s a dragonfly that would come inside the house. And she always used to say, ‘Oh, that’s your Grandpa re-incarnated visiting you’. ♪ ♪ It’s funny, the first few insects I took the picture from my cellphone because I never expected this to be this popular. I published in few countries in Europe on abduzeedo.com and then it got to boredpanda. As I said, I never tried this, I never aimed for this to go viral, you know. But I often heard from different artists and designers that the best work that we do is often done when we just go with the flow. You know, we’re not trying too hard. So it’s never about making something beautiful just for the beauty of it, it’s more about having this connection, I guess, with the nature. And by doing that, it just comes out beautiful because nature is beauty, for me. She’s agreeing with me. [chuckling]>>Amanda: In between each of our stories today you’ll see a virtual parade of bodies scrolling by. They’re from a film created by our exhibitionists in residence. He’s fascinated with light and sound. His intro video is a perfect example. Take a look.>>Felix: Hi. My name is Felix Felix Gourd Gourd. I’m a Montreal-based artist, and this week I’m your exhibitionist in residence. You will be seeing my last videoFreak Show, which I describe as a virtual parade of strange and distorted human cuts. Most of my work is video and 3D animation based, but recently I have been experimenting with light and sound installations. ♪ ♪>>Phil: Okay, so coming up we have Jen Mann, you know –>>Amanda: Oh, yes, the beautiful portraits. The massive –>>Phil: The massive portraits. And then Krista Kim, you know, the electric rothco –>>Amanda: That’s a good description. I like that.>>Phil: I amsosmart. Okay, and in three, two… ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪>>Amanda: We spend all day looking at the details on our screens — our cell phones, our laptops, our TVs. It’s that relationship to technology that has fascinated artist Krista Kim. She uses software and digital images of LED lights to create large-scale, luminous pieces that make you stand back to take a closer look.>>Krista Kim: I basically take the same colour schemes that are used to attract your eye and distract you, and I translate that into something that inspires, that expresses what it means to be human in a digital age. My name is Krista Kim, and I’m an artist. ♪ ♪ We’re more connected than ever, but we are so disconnected between each other as human beings. ♪ ♪ When you look at a cell phone you’re basically looking at light shining into your retina. A lot of people are not paying attention to the light and the physiological effects. But, for me, as an artist, I was paying attention to the colour. ♪ ♪ This work reminds me of that sort of visceral response, that natural response that we have to colour. But how do these colours effect you, and what is a physiological response to colour? ♪ ♪ I do not discriminate when it comes to colour. And they’re very, like, painterly. Like they could go from absolute, like, minimal colour field, or they can go into multiple layers. This piece is very important to me. I experienced an artistic breakthrough because I went through an incredibly difficult time in my life. It was a very difficult divorce. So my life as I knew it completely crumbled, and I was in crisis mode. And in order to deal with the impact of the stress and the depression and the anxiety — I had two very young children, I had to survive this — I turned to transcendental meditation. And when you learn transcendental meditation, you are taught that your thoughts are like the ocean. That the waves at the top of the ocean, the surface, can become very tumultuous at times. There are lots of waves, perhaps there’s even a storm. At the very depths, the deepest, deepest part of the ocean lies a complete stillness and peace. And that peace is forever still. It’s always like that. It’s a constant. I want my work to be a meditative space for the viewer. I want my work to be healing.>>Amanda: Every artist has a different way of seeing the world. Jen Mann sees it in super saturated colours. Those individual hues are the tools she works with to create poetry and to make massive, hyperreal portraits that explore the intimate details of her own relationship and what it means to be in love in full colour.>>Jen Mann: I like to use colour in a way that kind of feels the way those colours feel. In between black and white there’s grey, and colour is like the magic in all that grey area. ♪ ♪ Blue is breathing, blue is sleeping. Blue is showering and crying, a relaxed, meandering thought. Red is uncomfortable. It’s always changing your world, mixing things up. It forces change. It’s spice, it’s fire, it’s anger… Love, passion, sex. My work deals with identity interactions between people, and I like to work a lot with colour. I use it the way that I see it. But someone else is going to see it differently. And that’s just kind of like emphasizing this idea that we don’t understand each other that I’m kind of putting into my work anyways. [laughing] My last series was about individual identity, like personal identity itself. And this new series that I’m kind of working on is my other self, the person you’re closest to. And so it’s all how we understand ourselves through that person and also how we rationalize that person. It’s just a fascinating relationship. It’s the closest you can be with somebody, but it’s allsoabstracted.♪ ♪As we live with someone, we kind of abstract them from who they are. We kind of like create this image of them, and they have to live up to this image, or you don’t understand even the people you’re closest to. I wanted to, like, obsess over his face over and over. So, like, do the same painting or do the same image but change it, or edit his face. Make him so that you can never actually see what he looks like. Kind of like the filters that we bring to a face. This image behind me over here is a total negative. If you use your phone and you look at it and you invert the colours on your phone, you can see it in positive. And it’s like a hyper-realistic version of his face. But you can only interact with it with your phone. So it’s kind of like how we interact with people now. It’s like we can only see somebody or a version of them by experiencing them through the Internet. These images of the lovers in bed, that was planned to be pink on pink and, like, red. I like all these colours to be there because I like the idea of skins and these skin tones everywhere and kind of like everything merging together. ♪ ♪ There’s this intimacy between like “I didn’t shower today.” “I know.” This one’s going to say “What are you thinking about?” “Nothing.” ♪ ♪ Sometimes I’ll have an image that I feel really strongly about, and I like the image but it’s not poppy enough, it’s not colourful enough. And then I’ll just play with it a long time in Photoshop, and then all of a sudden everything works. I went through basically a post grad learning curve of teaching myself to paint and then teaching myself what I wanted to paint about. And then I went through a huge change in my life, and I was like, “Whatever. I’m gonna paint what I want to paint, and I’m gonna be as personal about it as I want.” You’re only you once, and you die at the end of your life. And so do everything you want to do that makes you happy. I’m just painting what I want to paint that makes me happy and that I feel passionate about. ♪ ♪>>Phil: Okay, so coming up next we have the art kids from Nunavut.>>Amanda: Oh, yes, Embassy of Imagination.>>Phil: Yes, and then we have the makeup tutorial from Kyne, the Yayoi Kusama.>>Amanda: Do you have your tickets to the show?>>Phil: I do. Do you have your tickets?>>Amanda: I haven’t got them yet.>>Phil: Sorry for you. And in three… ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪>>Amanda: From their massive murals on the side of buildings to their tiny sculptures exhibited at galleries, there’s always a larger story behind the artwork created by the artists of this young collective from Nunavut. They call themselves Embassy of Imagination. And when you hear the story of these miniature snowmobiles, where they came from and what they may be able to provide, you’ll realize just how perfect that name really is. [general indistinct chatter]>>Alexa: My name is Alexa Hatanaka. I am an artist, and I am one half of the collective PA System along with Patrick Thompson. And together we have an ongoing art project calledEmbassy of Imagination.♪ ♪ Embassy of Imagination is an ongoing art project. We work with youth in Kinngait, Cape Dorset, Nunavut. Together with the youth we collaborate on large-scale public artworks. Down south in the city centres also back in their community, and within the community we connect the youth to a variety of our practices through workshops. So today we’re at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Our installation here is calledTowards SomethingNew and Beautiful and FutureSnow Machines in Kinngait.>>Moe: My home town Kinngait is small but tons of artists.>>Alexa: A few things were on our mind. One thing that happened recently is that the high school burnt down in Kinngait in 2015. That was a remarkably big loss, and we wanted to reflect on that. And we felt it was important to create an opportunity to kind of reclaim that event that was so heavy and so difficult and have the youth be part of that. What we created was using materials — copper and aluminum — from the remnants of the high school. So a number of youth created playdough snowmobiles in our workshop for this project, and then four of them resulted into larger versions, which were the aluminum cast ones. And those were collaborations with Christine Adamie, Moe Kelly and David Pudlat, Nathan Adla and Lachaolasie Akesuk. So each one of them has their own personality, and we 3D scanned them and 3D printed them almost five times larger and then cast them out of aluminum from the high school. The effort is to sell these sculptures to fund the buying of real snowmobiles to establish a land trip program with the community. And what that would be is elders and hunters taking youth out in small groups so that they can have that knowledge transmission, the survival skills, learn more about hunting, which isn’t happening enough for a lot of youth. And that’s been one of the main things young people expressed to us is that we really want to get on the land more. [laughing] I think it’s really an important exercise for the youth to think about how it is that they could actually be creative and use art to solve real problems and make change in their community.>>Amanda: Imagine stepping into a room where your own reflection becomes a part of an artwork that stretches into infinity. You have to look closely to find yourself in a sea of polka dots. That is the genius behind the work of the iconic artist Yayoi Kusama. This year her work is coming to the Art Gallery of Ontario. And, in celebration, our favourite makeup guru Kyne is creating his own polka dot inspired tribute. ♪ ♪>>Kyne: Hi, everyone, it’s me, Kyne. And in this video we are transforming into this psychedelic polka dot look inspired by Yayoi Kusama. A self-described environmental artist born in Japan and then moved to New York where she made a big mark in the pop art and abstract expressionist movement. She’s really well known for her use of polka dots and mirrored infinity rooms which she used to communicate her message about individuality and self obliteration, which I found so captivating how something so simple like polka dots could have so much meaning and truth to them. And that’s what we’re going to do today on our face. So let’s dive right in. ♪ ♪ To start off, I’m painting my entire face and exposed neck and chest with white face paint. I used a water-based paint because it was easier to spread around, but white is just like a notoriously hard colour to get on evenly, so I had to go over it with another layer of white cream face paint to get a really opaque coverage, and then I set everything with white powder so it wouldn’t smudge or blend into the red. To create our dots I used the tip of a little beauty sponge and then the tip of a brush so that it could get perfect circles of different sizes so that some looked closer to the eye and some looked farther, extending that idea of endless infinity that inspired a lot of Kusama’s work. In interviews she talked about how the use of repetitive dots represented the earth’s place in an endless sea of stars, or like a single person’s place in a vast crowd of people. It’s about challenging that idea of ego and self importance and just becoming one with infinity as she might put it. And I really resonated with that, so I even painted my background with red dots, just like I’m painting my face here, so that I could disappear into it just like in Kusama’s infinity rooms. ♪ ♪ Now I didn’t want to disappear too much so I’m colouring in my eyebrows and lips with the same red paint, and then on the eyes I put on some black eyeliner, false lashes and big circle lenses, so that the eyes would really stand out against the plain background. And then I just put on a black wig, and it’s really that easy. Now you can disappear into the polka dots just like in one of Yayoi Kusama’s exhibits. I hope you guys like this video and learned something cool today, and I’ll see you all next time. Bye.>>Amanda: If there’s an artist you think should be on CBC ArtsExhibitionists,let us know. Send us a message on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Our handle is: I’ll be back next time with even more artists, from Barkerville to Sackville. Until then, keep creating and innovating. Peace.>>Phil: Awesome show. Way to go! I love Yayoi Kusama.>>Amanda: I know you do.>>Phil: I waited 13 hours just to get a ticket just to go see it, like, in May or something.>>Amanda: Oh, my God. That’s a really long time.>>Phil: Long time to wait for something.>>Amanda: But that’s not the first time you waited in line. You waited in line forLastJedi, didn’t you?>>Phil: I waited forLast Jedi, Drake’s show, Kent Monkman, to meet Jackie Chan. Like, I think waiting in line for something you truly are passionate about makes the experience more amazing. Like it just enriches the experience.>>Amanda: Hmm, okay.>>Phil: So like what have you waited for to go witness?>>Amanda: I don’t do lines.>>Phil: Why do you have to kill my joy?