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Artist Eugene J. Martin considers the advantages of bipedalism versus quadrupedalism, Part 1

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Published on Jan 25, 2010

http://www.eugenemartinart.com/ .
This is part 1 of a 5-part series on the way visual artist Eugene Martin approaches bipedalism versus quadrupedalism: is one better off using two or four legs depending on the circumstance? The works dating from 1981-1982 are brown ink drawings created with a bamboo reed stick pen in Washington D.C. Video clip montage by Suzanne Fredericq, filmed in Lafayette, LA (Louisiana).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene_J...

"I believe to my soul," Music by Ray Charles. Albert King (guitar, vocals), Norville Hodges and Wilbur Thompson (trumpets), Rick Watson (tenor sax), James Washington (organ), Don Kinsey (guitar), Bill Rennie (bass), Sam King (drums). Recorded during the Montreux Jazz Festival, July 1, 1973.

Blues at Sunrise. Albert King. Star Records. http://www.amazon.com/Blues-Sunrise-M...

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