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prettyhaven:

Ruins

callumthedog:

Baron Hill - The Abandoned Mansion in the Woods

(Source: buzzthebat)

acehotel:

Photographer Doug Rickard, the son of a retired preacher, traveled each and every alleyway and business loop in America through Google Street View for two solid years to collect these unintentional stills — a selection of 80 from over 15,000 — each with a mix of apathy and empathy Rickard describes as “the inverse of the American Dream.” His work bears witness to invisiblized strati, a fading visual American poetry, and inch after inch of the American hinterlands, paradoxically cocooned by progress, as seen by nine-dimensional mounted cameras on Google vans endlessly traversing the nation.
The most moving thing, perhaps, about Rickard’s lens is its pained acknowledgement that not one stone remains unturned, and the age of adventure has closed — hopefully, and quite wholly, to be replaced by something beyond the physical.

acehotel:

Photographer Doug Rickard, the son of a retired preacher, traveled each and every alleyway and business loop in America through Google Street View for two solid years to collect these unintentional stills — a selection of 80 from over 15,000 — each with a mix of apathy and empathy Rickard describes as “the inverse of the American Dream.” His work bears witness to invisiblized strati, a fading visual American poetry, and inch after inch of the American hinterlands, paradoxically cocooned by progress, as seen by nine-dimensional mounted cameras on Google vans endlessly traversing the nation.

The most moving thing, perhaps, about Rickard’s lens is its pained acknowledgement that not one stone remains unturned, and the age of adventure has closed — hopefully, and quite wholly, to be replaced by something beyond the physical.

fyeahfeministart:

Marina Abramovic, Rhythm 10, 1973

In this piece, Abramovic once again explores the dynamics of pain, violence and self-destruction. In the first performance of this piece in 1973, she recorded the “rhythmic melody” of the sounds made as she plunged a knife rapidly between the fingers of her outstretched hand, changing knives each time she stabbed her hand- rather than the surface on which her hand rested- until she had used ten knives.

Playing the tape back, she repeated the performance using the recording as a “score” to duplicate the same actions and injuries as the same moments. At once a feat of extraordinary concentration and a scene of repetitous self-mutilation, Rhythm 10 amplifies the way in which women sometimes engage in self-sabotage.

From foot-binding to obsessive dieting, diverse cultural energy has been dedicated to deforming women’s bodies, often with women’s own masochistic consent.

jabdust:

A while back, for some time I had this on a loop in my mind. I awoke one morning and *boom* my own personal orchestra was cued and this is what they played.

Dance of the Knights - Prokofiev

(aka Montagues and Capulets [Romeo and Juliet])

vividimaging:

SelfPortraits

These bizarre but really interesting images! Strange how people can express themselves in so many different ways!

*I do not own this image

** I got these images off behance! I have lost the link!

(Source: yvessaintlowrent)

wellareyou:

Concrete vs Concrete

Museu do Côa

May, 2011

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