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Rumi Baumann Untitled, 2013Artist on Tumblr
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If I were asked to recount the day (count backwards, churning seconds into the
mound that makes a year), when I touched our nitrogen dipped earth and it
shattered itself into symmetry or asymmetry (depending on your vantage),
I would reserve that kind of sorrow for a self
that loves itself without question.

These words (entwined with frozen dew, shards of grass,
an image of your body lying bare against my belly) are tainted. you
edit my words as I churn ink into poetry, churn
wine into courage, grind pity into more sorrow into concrete, gradually
mixing and patching pieces of the world back – together.

Back, together – back together – these words are still
two pounds too heavy. If I recount the day
that had me transferring between lines on the subway (my
home, uprooted – your bed, unscathed – all of the important things
of an elephant weight), I would blame my hands for their lack of grace,

blame the sun for its cowardice, the moon championed that day (the
day I almost leapt from my dorm window, alongside the meaning that fled
so far from my finger nails, my laundry bin, the Isis in your eyes). you watched me
reduce myself to a child in need of a ward, an intervention, nodding at strange questions, feigned

clench-tooth smile – and yet a year is a mound. I’ve seen it all
collapse, and then unfold into something I don’t quite know yet. Soon, time
will don new meaning to sure ground, I’ll look back to a day, bound in
leather, that reads more like a history of fighting for.

a history of fighting for, Lucas Regazzi (via 1000scientists)
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Ralph PruszynskiFrom the series Park Life, 2012
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Ralph Pruszynski
From the series Park Life, 2012

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Lucas RegazziUpper east side, 2014
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Lucas Regazzi
Upper east side, 2014

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Nina Beier Portrait Mode (Oslo #6), 2011 Found garment in wooden frame 121 x 147 x 6 cm / 57.87 x 47.64 x 2.36″
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Nina Beier
Portrait Mode (Oslo #6), 2011
Found garment in wooden frame
121 x 147 x 6 cm / 57.87 x 47.64 x 2.36″

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Mary GaudinFrom the series Mies van der Rohe, The Barcelona Pavillion, Barcelona, Spain, 2012
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Mary Gaudin
From the series Mies van der Rohe, The Barcelona Pavillion, Barcelona, Spain, 2012

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Brandon Celi Becky <3
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Brandon Celi Becky <3
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Lee Gumienny Portland, Oregon, April, 2009
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Lee Gumienny
Portland, Oregon, April, 2009

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stevemccurrystudios:

                                 LINES AND SHADOWS

Photographed in Japan, Nepal, India, Brazil and Italy

 

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Down in Front, 2012 from Odd One Out
Caleb Cole
Apr 10, 2014 / 205 notes

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Down in Front, 2012 from Odd One Out

Caleb Cole

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Ana Teresa Fernández, Borrando la Frontera, performance, 2011.

The surreal act of erasing a border is documented in the short, Borrando la Frontera. A woman in stilettos and a black cocktail dress scales a 30 ft ladder on the sandy beach of Tijuana, bringing the sky back between Mexico and the US, as she paints the dividing fence blue. The film depicts the peace offering of creating the illusion of a “hole in the wall.” The protagonist becomes more visible as the wall starts to disappear into the blue sky. Her attire, the little black dress reflects the notion of prosperity in the US, moreover the funerary symbol of luto, the Mexican tradition of wearing black for a year after a death. Mourning those who have died in attempts of crossing this border to prosper.

Woodstock Film Festival

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Isao Tomita
Apr 10, 2014 / 257 notes

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Isao Tomita

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Sculpture by Charles Ray
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Sculpture by Charles Ray

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