Rives: The Museum of Four in the Morning
Performance artist and storyteller Rives has been called "the first 2.0 poet," using images, video and technology to bring his words to life. Full bio
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should have come to the first party.
I was up til four in the morning
in the morning, damn it. ♪
four in the morning examples,
the emails started coming in
up at 4 a.m. that matter.'"
with a second one they make.
better if you bought some crap."
four o'clock in the morning.
Ronnie Neary: Is there an accident?
wanted to get out of the house anyway, right?
time zone on the planet.
《Crochet Today! 今日針織》雜誌，
here from "Calvin and Hobbes."
the mornings in Shakespeare.
the call time for the executioner.
Time for the morning news.
would find this clip in there.
at four o'clock in the morning,"
else had emailed it to me,
have this thing connecting them,
actually, or a pseudo-pseudonym.
library sciences department.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERRives - Performance poet, multimedia artist
Performance artist and storyteller Rives has been called "the first 2.0 poet," using images, video and technology to bring his words to life.
Why you should listen
Part poet, part storyteller, part philosopher, Rives is the co-host of TEDActive as well as a frequent TED speaker. On stage, his poems burst in many directions, exposing multiple layers and unexpected treats: childhood memories, grown-up humor, notions of love and lust, of what is lost forever and of what's still out there waiting to unfold. Chimborazo.
A regular on HBO's Def Poetry Jam, Rives also starred alongside model Bar Refaeli in the 2008 Bravo special Ironic Iconic America, touring the United States on a "roller coaster ride through the eye-popping panorama of American pop culture." Flat pages can't contain his storytelling, even when paper is his medium. The pop-up books he creates for children unfold with surprise: The Christmas Pop-Up Present expands to reveal moving parts, hidden areas and miniature booklets inside.
His latest project—the Museum of Four in the Morning—is an ode to a time that may well be part of a global conspiracy. In a good way.
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