My name is Mosquito. Not a joke, not a name for battle… just my name.
I love rice
Nastio Mosquito / Joubert Park urban paradise / Johannesburg 2009 from Urban Scénos on Vimeo.
Nástio Mosquito produced two video pieces which were projected onto buildings around the neighbourhood during the course of the four evenings of the festival. “You Scare Me”, a 20min monologue that traverses different issues and places Mosquito targeted during his stay, and “Joubert Park Urban Paradise”, which is an ironic take on the living conditions of inner city Johannesburg, were screened on the Drill hall square at the opening night.
For the screening Mosquito all cars of visitors were arranged so as to face the screen on the square, resembling a drive-in. Mosquito controlled the show via microphone, directing the audience where to sit… Subsequently the films were screened publicly, late at night and early in the morning, with the intention to disturb and disrupt the public.
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Poète slameur, performer, photographe, réalisateur et provocateur / Slam poet, performer, photographer, filmmaker and provocateur
Nástio Mosquito est né en Angola en 1981 et vit entre Luanda et Lisbonne. Travaillant avec la poésie, la musique, les mots, les egos, la perspective, la vie comme matière organique, son style se caractérise par un « spoken work » brillant et acide mettant en cause notamment les situations postcoloniales.
Nastio Mosquito was born in Angola in 1981 and lives betweenLuanda and Lisbon. Working with poetry, music, words, egos, perspective, life as organic matter, his style is characterized bya “spoken work” brilliant and acid involving particularpostcolonial situations
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