Monday, May 14, 2007

Life with Meg

Caught footage of a private performance from Little Red, aka Baby Bear, aka Meg. Couple of interesting things to point out:
  • Meg's completely freestyling the songs. I don't know if she pre-conceived any part of it or not. But most of her performances are unique. Never the same lyrics twice.
  • I really don't have any idea what she's singing about. I just enjoy that she's willing to share it with us so passionately.
  • Notice how she lines up the audience, in different collectives base on some internal nomenclature? She does that alllll the time. Lines up everything. Puts them in perfect formation. And sometimes the lines stretch for yards and yards, winding across the room and sometimes spilling into the halls. You can always tell when Meg's involved, because there's a blatant symmetry to the mayhem.
  • Click on the picture to enlarge to get a better example of Meg's symmetry. She created a Lego thingy, and the blocks are perfectly matched. It's uncanny the first couple of times you realize it. But she does everything this way. It's always symmetrical.
Loud, creative, and orderly. Such is life with Meg.