It’s always interesting, then, when a band like Triathalon emerges and resists these conventions.
Nothing about the band has ever seemed aggressive, and the most energetic songs on their sophomore full-length is as passive as it is placid, but it’s as big (if not bigger) than anything else independent music might produce—not necessarily because of its emotion or intensity, but because of its bottomlessness.
The software company's high-tech undergarment features sensors in the cup pockets and side panels that detect changes in heart rate, skin temperature and stress levels - apparent precursors to overeating.
In her paper, Food and Mood: Just-in-Time Support for Emotional Eating, she continues: 'The rationale for the criticality of monitoring is that it helps patients to be more aware of what is happening in the moment.'In other words, both our physiological responses (the release of ghrelin to cue stomach grumbling at particular times) and psychosocial responses (eat in the presence of food or in response to stress) are malleable.
She plays with the suggestion of three-dimensional space within flat shapes and the idea of the possibility of the edge of the painted surface being peeled off and lifted back.
As infants learning to draw make figures with twenty arms, they express a new awareness of their limbs rather than a representational observation.What Jay Wilson offers is art, hope, and a sense that no one is alone. Wilson’s intention is to continue to build up the youth in my community through service and love.He is known primarily as a fine artist with an extensive background in graffiti. Many of Wilson’s works are self-portraits of himself and his interactions with the world around him.Wilson’s work is known for showing the true challenges of living in New Jersey’s largest city; Newark. Jay likes to think that he is using his own image as a portal whereby, Wilson aims to offer transcendence to the masses of voiceless youth who can’t or won’t be heard.Through Jay’s art he tells stories of whimsical irony, pensive despair, and playful joy. Wolfe’s abstract paintings reference a child-like sense of object and space.