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→ Jul 2014

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Kate Bush performing Suspended in Gaffa live on a French television show

→ Jul 2014 globalartnews:

ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW    POLAND

globalartnews:

ALINA SZAPOCZNIKOW    POLAND

(via oli-foster)

→ Jul 2014

Luch special.

→ Jul 2014 Julie Rrap still form the series ‘Porous Bodies’ (1999)

Julie Rrap still form the series ‘Porous Bodies’ (1999)

→ Jul 2014 inneroptics:

Julie Rrap

From the series ‘Porous Bodies’:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnE6bik0wX4http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndiEsY4lj-c

inneroptics:

Julie Rrap

From the series ‘Porous Bodies’:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnE6bik0wX4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndiEsY4lj-c

→ Jul 2014 bustakay:

inneroptics:

 Shuji Terayama1975

Butterfly Dress Pledge (1974)  - Shuji Terayama: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pfi4plqs6_w.

bustakay:

inneroptics:

 Shuji Terayama1975

Butterfly Dress Pledge (1974)  - Shuji Terayama: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pfi4plqs6_w.

→ Jul 2014 Kraftwerk

Kraftwerk

(Source: kraftwerkthough, via siq1)

→ Jul 2014

A recent experience I would advise against:
Go to the dentist really stoned. Have a stranger rub and chisel the most concealed areas of yr mouth as you watch Sarah Jessica Parker discover her ancestry.

→ Jul 2014

"You express every ideal i’ve ever had, you’re as evocative as a full-page ad. Tell me that you care!"

The Girl with the Pre-Fabricated Heart from ‘Dreams that Money Can Buy’ (dir. Hans Richter 1947)

→ Jul 2014

Darius Milhaud
La Creation Du Monde (1923)

→ Jul 2014 inneroptics:

Hannah Hoch

inneroptics:

Hannah Hoch

→ Jul 2014 noceans:

Alina Szapocznikow with her work Naga (Naked), 1961

'For part of the difficulty in thinking about Szapocznikow’s sculptures lies in the facts of Szapocznikow’s biography, and its cultural fascinations. The story is historically harsh: death of her father when she was a child, death of her brother after the war, internment in two ghettos (Pabianice and Łódz ́), followed by two concentration camps (Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen); working as a nurse with her doctor-mother in one ghetto and one camp; terminal tuberculosis diagnosis at 23, experimental treatment resulting in sterility; secret adoption of son; shuttling between Warsaw and Paris; constant financial difficulties; breast cancer diagnosis at 43; mastectomy three years later; death the following year, at 47. It is these specific conjunctions of tragedy to corporeality to history which prove so critically irresistible, as the sculptures themselves are often not caught—the capture, permanent and impermanent, of permanence and impermanence themselves, a contrapuntal punctum, where it is life that obscenely extrudes from death.' 
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noceans:

Alina Szapocznikow with her work Naga (Naked), 1961

'For part of the difficulty in thinking about Szapocznikow’s sculptures lies in the facts of Szapocznikow’s biography, and its cultural fascinations. The story is historically harsh: death of her father when she was a child, death of her brother after the war, internment in two ghettos (Pabianice and Łódz ́), followed by two concentration camps (Auschwitz and Bergen-Belsen); working as a nurse with her doctor-mother in one ghetto and one camp; terminal tuberculosis diagnosis at 23, experimental treatment resulting in sterility; secret adoption of son; shuttling between Warsaw and Paris; constant financial difficulties; breast cancer diagnosis at 43; mastectomy three years later; death the following year, at 47. It is these specific conjunctions of tragedy to corporeality to history which prove so critically irresistible, as the sculptures themselves are often not caught—the capture, permanent and impermanent, of permanence and impermanence themselves, a contrapuntal punctum, where it is life that obscenely extrudes from death.' 

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→ Jul 2014

The Perfect Stranger by Frank Zappa (Boulez conducts Zappa)

→ Jul 2014

Peaches En Regalia by Frank Zappa
→ Jul 2014

Stairs by Yellow Magic Orchestra