印度官方登月還沒開始 這位行為藝術家已火了一把
2019年09月03日16:21

  原標題:印度官方登月還沒有開始,這位行為藝術家已經火了一把

© Facebook / Baadal Nanjundaswamy
© Facebook / Baadal Nanjundaswamy

  As India’s space agency prepares to make history by landing on the Moon later this week, many of the country’s citizens have been left in stitchesafter footage of an apparent moonwalk went viral。

  按計劃,印度月球探測器“月船二號”將在本週末登月。官方登月還沒有開始,印度國民卻已經被近日在社交平台上瘋傳的一個登月視頻給逗笑得前仰後翻了。

© Facebook / Baadal Nanjundaswamy
© Facebook / Baadal Nanjundaswamy

  目前該視頻在Facebook上被點讚2.1萬,收穫2144條評論和將近三萬次的分享。

  Just days before India’s lunar mission Chandrayaan-2 touches down on the Moon’s south pole on September 7, Baadal Nanjundaswamy, a famous Indian street artist, stole all the headlines with a wry takedown of the city council in Bengaluru。

  探測器登陸月球南端定於9月7日,但是印度著名的街頭行為藝術家巴達爾·南軍達斯瓦米(Baadal Nanjundaswamy)已經成了各媒體頭條,搶走了所有的風頭。

  Nanjundaswamy enlisted the help of theater actor and film star, Poornachandra Mysore, who helped stage a tongue-in-cheek ‘moonwalk’ to highlight the pockmarked pavement plaguing the city’s streets。

  在電影明星潑拿常德拉·摩梭爾 Poornachandra Mysore的幫助和協作下,這個讓人捧腹大笑的“月球漫步”視頻出爐了。印度街頭坑坑窪窪的道路提供了“神助攻”。

  At approximately 10pm local time on Saturday, Mysore donned a silver space suit tailored by a local costume designer and began his hike across the ‘lunar surface。’

  週六晚上10點,摩梭爾穿上由當地服裝設計師定製的銀色太空服,開始他的“月球表面”徒步表演。

  “The entire thing was shot on a mobile phone camera, no additional lights were used。 So naturally, I didn’t expect it to turn out the way it did,” Nanjundaswamy said, adding that it cost approximately Rs 8000 ($111) to shoot the video。

  南軍達斯瓦米說,“整個視頻由手機攝像完成,我們沒有加額外的光。非常自然逼真,我沒想到它最後出來的效果竟然這麼好。”他補充說拍攝製作這個視頻花了他8000盧比(人民幣790元)。

  The street artist was swamped with messages of praise online with many thanking and congratulating him on his “wonderful。。。 unique way of expressing our protest,” and “the creativity of this team for exposing the potholes in a very unique way。”

  視頻一發佈,好評如潮。“太精彩了,這是表達我們抗議的一種獨特方式。”“你們團隊用這麼獨特的創意揭露了我們坑坑窪窪的路政。”

  “Initially I thought ISRO sent a man to moon。 Nope。。。 It’s our Bengaluru Road。 Thanks for BBMP and Contractors,” wrote one fan。

  “乍一看我真以為是我們送人登月了。哦,不。這是我們這裏的路。謝謝你們!”一位粉絲這樣留言。

  Nanjundaswamy is well-known for similar stunts aimed at pressuring local politicians to do more to improve their constituencies。

  這也不是這位行為藝術家第一次玩這類特技。他一直致力於用這種方式向當地政府官員施壓,希望他們能為改善轄區設施採取有效措施。

  In 2015, he planted a life-sized crocodile in a 12-feet-long pothole in north Bangalore in a stunt which ultimately forced officials to fix the gaping void。

  2015年時,他就在班加羅北部行為藝術了下圖一幕,嘲諷當地路面已經可以養鱷魚了。這一行為促使官員們修復了路面。

  And in 2017, he turned a roadside crater into a fantasy scene, complete with a stunning mermaid。

  2017年時,他還同樣製造了街頭美人魚特效。

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