Saturday, December 10, 2011

New Videos!

A short I've been working on for a long time. I shot it in Montreal in the fall of 2010. The credits and title were shot in Barcelona. The whole thing was a bit of a learning experience of how to record sound and video and how to work with HD footage.

A new artist interview of my friend Annah in the Artist Interview series.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Grim Elegance

Drawing by I made in December 2010.

Friday, December 2, 2011

spawning the inception

the birth of efterblivet

when we were young(er)

*dedicated to Tobias who loves sappy posts about the good old times

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Argentina = Street Art Heaven

Here's a cool video on street art in Argentina! Man, it makes me want to go back there! I know a couple of the artists interviewed and the bar where I worked and painted some stencils/murals is in it a lot! Also, listening to pure Argentinian Spanish is always a pleasure.

Password ''ironlak''

Sunday, October 23, 2011

Friday, October 14, 2011

The Canning Project

Our friends in Montreal have started a project glorifying the mighty staple gun. It's a study of human midden specializing in flattened objects - anything flat, and staple gun-able. I tried a couple out, it's pretty fun.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Lasercutting Textiles!

Last week I got together with a bunch of ladies at the kunsthogskolen here in Bergen and we collaborated with CITA from the Royal Art Academy in Copenhagen to make some seriously lovely curtainsculptures.

Mapping Ideologies

“I am not saying politics is the unconscious, but only the unconscious is politics”
-Jacques Lacan

folded maps

Monday, September 12, 2011

The Capped Deer Returns

In honour of the broken team efterblivet. The cape isn't as majestic as the first one but at least it's there.

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Installation in Melbourne

Yes! It's me eating a giant wang!

I amassed a large crew

Managed to play some accordion on the way

The old businessman again

Making the money

Zero Dollars

The next day it was gone

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Squat Shelter Architecture

A video of a squat I stayed at in Sydney.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011


I propose that the efterblivet collective be relocated to a more seafaring situation eg.

Waterpod Teaser from jeanne angel on Vimeo.

- tzch

Sunday, April 17, 2011


I just recently move to San Francisco, Catherine Gibbard from Montreal is here for a visit. We figured what better way to spend the earlier hours of our Sunday morning.
These little treats are located on 24th street SF CA

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


I'd been wanting to try free hand spray painting for a long time, so when I heard about this abandoned water park near Barcelona and came up with a really simple idea at the same time, I jumped on it. Free hand is hard. I would need a lot of practice to get any good at it. Paint brushes are looking pretty good about now. I was too embarrassed to take any close up pictures but in retrospect I regret it now.

Making Of in Stop Motion:

¡Panic! from shouldercat on Vimeo.

Friday, March 25, 2011

My Blurb..Under construction for EPK

Lido Pimienta is a young performing artist from Colombia living in London and Toronto, Ontario, Canada where she is studying Fine Arts in order to become an Art critic and curator. At only 23 years old, this mother of one has proven to be one of the most relevant acts in Latin Alternative music, gaining the attention of established musicians like Micachu and the Shapes, Julieta Venegas and Javiera Mena who invited Lido to participate in her upcoming 2010 album.

Lido's songs speak about the power of doing things one-self. She sings about the spirit and energy of the being part of a collective as well as respect and acceptance towards other cultures and sexual orientations, and she is in total rejection of racism and the abuse towards indigenous cultures. Although politically charged, her songs are not always literal in their lyricism; they deliver a mesage of struggle wrapped around a sweet and soothing voice like in her song Humano, an almost shamanic chant that highlights the transcendent nature of being human. In songs like Mueve she lets her vocal range run free and invites people to move their bodies and be true to themselves as a way to attain freedom. Making people move is something she mastered on stage from the early age of 11, and by 13 she was a regular playing at different venues in rock bands and hip hop groups in her native Barranquilla, Colombia. By the age of 19, she had started touring her country and receiving invites to travel abroad, but as many young people in Latin America with parents living as immigrants in a different country, it was her time to become an immigrant herself and follow her dreams in a different culture. In her own words, " I was very happy in Colombia, I was a part of something big. When I came to Canada, even though I was back living with my family, I could not help but feel alone. At first, Canada seemed very different in that the people looked like they wanted to keep to themselves and not be as open to collaboration as I was used to. Culture shock did not hit me too hard language-wise though, as I have been a fluent English speaker since I was 6, but having people telling you to go back to your country and not fitting in because I was not the average folkie made me turn to technology. The internet became my real home and it has helped me be where I am today. This reality I believe is the story of the post-modern underdog of the world!"

Lido has worked with an impressive list of collaborators such as the English band Loka(Ninjatune)-with whom she is featured in 3 songs on their upcoming new album. Also from the U.K, Rob Pollinate(Squared), El Poirier(Ninjatune) from Montreal who is co-producing an EP released by ZZK Records in Argentina. Pernett and Caballo from Colombia, Ximena Sarinana, Juan Manuel Torreblanca, Carla Morrison and Juan Son from Mexico. Christian Heyne, Pamela Fakuta, Daniela Dadalu and De Janeiros from Chile,Vic Alta Joya, Un Mono Azul, Frikstailers,El Remolon(ZZK Records) from Argentina, Jovenes y Sexys and Ulises Hadjis from Venezuela, Uproot Andy and Geko Jones from New York. The list keeps getting longer as Lido shares her music with beat makers and producers from all around the world who are re-mixing her music in a current revolution of media-culture and new ways of approaching sound.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011


I was lucky enough to know out about the best, most entertaining night of Carnival in all of Cataluyna. In a small town called Torello, 86km from Barcelona, they have a unique night of Carnival where all the guys from the surrounding area dress up as girls. It's called Senyoretes. Spanish guys love dressing up as girls, so it was good. Really good.

Senyoretes from shouldercat on Vimeo.

Also, I got posted on the Vice Spain blog:

Monday, March 7, 2011

Hearye, Hearye

There is news from across the globe. It is brought to us by the beloved smultron from Sverige!
We now have streetARTview in Google maps.


Sunday, February 27, 2011

Monday, February 7, 2011

Caped deer revisited

I put up a kangaroo wing in the middle of the outback, with the help of lulu

homage to post #32

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

creative stuff

We've been little creative monkeys last weekend and this blog needs more paint splatter:

my corner