– analyse – over analyse – discard – repeat –
borrow books from The Burgomeister’s library Thought is like the wind; it cannot be bottled and sold. In the form of electromagnetic pulses it is less fettered still: free to roam in a universe of electrons untethered by 19th Century notions of ownership and property. On the digital frontier, our imagination’s nourishment is at last …
Artwork That Ideas Can Buy – PSFK.com
Society is organized on the principle that any individual who possesses certain social characteristics has a moral right to expect that others will value and treat him in an appropriate way. The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life
‘Powers of Ten’ for the Twitterverse – PSFK.com
Everyone is the other, and no one is himself. The they, which supplies the answer to the who of everyday Da-sein, is the nobody to whom every Da-sein has always already surrendered itself, in its being-among-one-another. Being and Time, Heidegger
A New Map for Design § SEEDMAGAZINE.COM
my cunt throbs for you
liberation cannot be desired because desire is the bondage. when you are desireless, you are liberated. osho
Passage, ein Film von Walter Fabian « einbahnstrasse Passage is a 47 minute movie inspired by Walter Benjamin, as much as the italian neorealism and the situationist international. It’s main part is shot from the same angle more or less in one take. It is simply about a guy living in berlin somewhere at the …
Instant Housing – urban nomads
reality is fluid, with or without mind altering substances. unknown
The Democracy of Ugliness A good pair of denim jeans gives us all an equal opportunity to look like the celebrities and rock stars we admire, but with this power comes great responsibility. The right pair of jeans might make you look like one of the Rolling Stones in their heyday…but the wrong pair might make …
Truth, of course, must of necessity be stranger than fiction; for we have made fiction to suit ourselves. G. K. Chesterton
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired. Kafka
Always go too far, because that’s where you’ll find the truth. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Camus
I made up my mind… that I would never try to reform man — that’s much too difficult. What I would do was to try to modify the environment in such a way as to get man moving in preferred directions. R. Buckminster Fuller
Every thing here is matter of breath, appearances, disappearing, privacy …dense cloud of shades drinking light. MAN
fuck and let fuck
It is perhaps society’s denial of our own dark eros that enrages and offends most when we see it demonstrated in others, for that denial surely perverts any attempt at self-knowledge, and forces the soul to assume a posture of balance and completeness that is false,lame, and ultimately unhealthy. Amazon.com: Dark Eros: The Imagination of …
internet & censorship http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship Electronic Frontier Foundation: Bloggers
subtlety is a force to be reckoned with.
Art and politics can never be separated. We live in a highly politicised environment, invested interests must always be negotiated. An aesthetic realm free of these negotiations never existed, it was simply a Modern myth or wish-image. Every gesture, no matter how minimal can only be seen within a larger social context. Renée Turner
Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason has once accepted in spite of your changing moods. CS Lewis
Layers of Voyeurism
Normal is a weapon of mass destruction. It’s just as deadly, and just like those weapons, it’ll never be found. Thea Hillman
words are meaningless and forgettable.
taking a parallel road back in time.
wide and shallow vs. narrow and deep
it could be likened to various states of undress.
The main concern identified in the Theertha report was the overwhelming influence of the tourists’ souvenir market on Maldivian artists and their work. The negative influence of the tourist market stifled the creativity of visual artists as they primarily produced ’souvenir art’; or artifacts and objects that served as mementos for the holidays tourists spend …
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“Probably a very long time ago, biographically speaking. I have always lived in more than one world, and so to a certain extent a pluralistic perspective emerges of its own accord. And also, a single discipline was not enough for me even when I was at college. Besides, I’d always beeninterested in what there is …
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We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are. Anais Nin PrimatePoetics!