1. Have you ever hated on your art? 2. Ever been on a date? If so, how many? 3. Cats or Dogs? 4. Sexuality/Sexual Orientation? 5. What is your opinion on haters? 6. Name an important piece of advice you’d give someone who’s just started out art. 7. Ever animated things before? Were they good? 8. How old are you? 9. Would you specify yourself as a female, male or other? 10. How many friends do you have? 11. What does your work space look like right now? 12. What were you doing before answering this? 13. What’s your name/nickname? 14. Have you ever stolen something? 15. What’s your favourite movie? 16. What is your eye colour? 17. Do you have any phobias/fears? 18. Name 10 things you like. 19. Name 10 things you hate. 20. If you were the President of the USA, what would you do first? 21. Favourite singer? 22. Do you like Mundays? 23. What’s the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened for you? 24. Would you rather have penises for fingers or vagina for hands? 25. What would you do if you could do anything you wanted? 26. Before you die, recite your last words… 27. Describe your life in 5 words or less. 28. Have any pets? 29. What country do you live in? 30. Have you ever killed an animal before? 31. Favourite ice cream flavour? 32. Ever masturbated? 33. What are your kinks? 34. Virgin? 35. Do you have any siblings? 36. Are your parents a married couple? Or divorced? 37. What fandoms are you in? 38. What’s your favourite show/anime/etc. 39. What inspired you to do what you’re doing now? 40. Tell us a weird secret! 41. Yaoi, Yuri or Het ftw? 42. What are your pet’s names? 43. Do your teachers like you? 44. Have you ever roleplayed before? 45. Are you a feminist? 46. How big is your house? 47. Are you an emotional person? 48. When was the last time you showered? 49. What did you eat for breakfast? 50. Can we be friends?
DANCE MAJORS AU. (Part 1, Part 1.5,Part 2, Part 2.5, Part 3 finale) Contemporary Ballet Dancer Shiro is someone everyone admires and basically Everyone’s Crush™ but he already have his eyes set on a certain new hip-hop dancer recruit next door who’s always wearing red. He doesn’t have the guts to ask him out–at all. However, he asks if he could teach him hip-hop dancing.
Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around 90,000 participants to a constellation of black marks.
Through the simple action of measuring oneself, Ondak’s work doesn’t just expand on ideas of space and the universal but also the personal, creating a growing living artwork that questions just what a museum is for.