Archive for August, 2013

August 31, 2013

Yoko Ono


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August 30, 2013

The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray, Aged 33 & 3/4 (by Steve Baker

This is Desmondo Ray, aged 33 and 3/4. He is lonely with love to offer.


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August 27, 2013


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August 26, 2013

sinemasanati:

Handwritten Script of Fanny och Alexander 8 July 1979


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August 25, 2013

mister-nobody:

categorized-art-collectionCornelia Parker, “The Maybe” (1995): “The Maybe…at the Serpentine Gallery, London, was a performance piece conceived by Tilda Swinton, who lay, apparently asleep, inside a vitrine. She asked Parker to collaborate with her on the project, and to create an installation in which she could sleep. Swinton’s original idea was to lie in state as Snow White in a glass coffin, but through the collaboration the idea evolved into her appearing as herself. Parker filled the Serpentine with glass cases containing relics that belonged to famous historical figures, such as the pillow and blanket from Freud’s couch, Mrs. Simpson’s ice skates, Charles Dickens‘ quill pen and Queen Victoria’s stocking. A version of the piece was later re-performed in Rome (1996) and then MoMA, New York (2013) without Parker’s involvement.” (link)


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August 25, 2013

mister-nobody:

categorized-art-collectionCornelia Parker, “The Maybe” (1995): “The Maybe…at the Serpentine Gallery, London, was a performance piece conceived by Tilda Swinton, who lay, apparently asleep, inside a vitrine. She asked Parker to collaborate with her on the project, and to create an installation in which she could sleep. Swinton’s original idea was to lie in state as Snow White in a glass coffin, but through the collaboration the idea evolved into her appearing as herself. Parker filled the Serpentine with glass cases containing relics that belonged to famous historical figures, such as the pillow and blanket from Freud’s couch, Mrs. Simpson’s ice skates, Charles Dickens‘ quill pen and Queen Victoria’s stocking. A version of the piece was later re-performed in Rome (1996) and then MoMA, New York (2013) without Parker’s involvement.” (link)


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August 25, 2013

beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  


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August 25, 2013

beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  


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August 25, 2013

beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  


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August 25, 2013

beatonna:

There’s something wonderful about Marvin Bileck’s minimal illustrations for All About the Stars.  


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