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ursula d | music clips



→ Sep 2014

The Disbelieving Angel by Kate Bush
→ Sep 2014 hipinuff:

Kazimir Malevich (Russian: born Ukraine: 1878–1935), Peasant in the Fields, c.1928-29 . Oil on wood, The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.

hipinuff:

Kazimir Malevich (Russian: born Ukraine: 1878–1935), Peasant in the Fields, c.1928-29 . Oil on wood, The Russian Museum, St. Petersburg.

→ Sep 2014 artistandstudio:

Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Grace Hartigan, c. 1960

artistandstudio:

Joan Mitchell, Helen Frankenthaler, Grace Hartigan, c. 1960

(via noceans)

→ Sep 2014

noceans:

ucdeleeuw   

Outcome of adelaide street trawls w/ this city’s Best Humans. 

→ Aug 2014

Truly nxt level filmclip.

→ Aug 2014 scarymansion:

Michał Budny

scarymansion:

Michał Budny

(Source: weissesrauschen)

→ Aug 2014 "The big lie about capitalism is that everyone can be rich. That’s impossible. Capitalism works only if the vast majority of the population are kept poor enough to never quit working, are kept poor enough to accept distasteful jobs society cannot function without. If everyone were a millionaire, who would empty the trash or repair the sewers? It follows that the poorer the general population is made, the greater the worth of the money held by the wealthy, in terms of the lives which may be bought and sold with it." — Michael Rivero (via toxicwinner, fucknobigbrother) (via slimejourney) (via grillans)
→ Aug 2014 arosehasnoteeth:

Costumes designed by A. Ekster for a science-fiction movie adapted from a Tolstoy roman

arosehasnoteeth:

Costumes designed by A. Ekster for a science-fiction movie adapted from a Tolstoy roman

(via myarmisnotalilactree)

→ Aug 2014 "On the one hand, the avant-garde movement aimed to transform the forms of art, and to make them identical with the forms for constructing a new world in which art would no longer exist as a separate reality. On the other, the avant-garde preserved the autonomy of the artistic sphere from forms of compromise with practices of power and political struggle, or with forms of the aestheticisation of life in the capitalist world. While the avant-garde was a Futurist or Constructivist dream to work toward art’s self-suppression in the formation of a new sensory world, it also involved a struggle to preserve the autonomy of art from all forms of power and commodity aestheticisation. This was not at all in order to preserve the pure enjoyment of art for its own sake but, on the contrary, as the inscription of the unresolved contradiction between the aesthetic promise and the realities of oppression in the world." — Jacques Ranciere, ‘The Ethical Turn of Aesthetics and Politics.’ (via bustakay)
→ Aug 2014 paintedout:

Mark Rothko

paintedout:

Mark Rothko

(via sadsmother)

→ Aug 2014 hitodama:

George Maciunas
Solo for Violin. Simultaneous performance, May 23rd 1964, by Ben Vautier and Alison Knowles (not pictured) during “Fluxus Street Theatre” as part of “Fluxus Festival at Fauxhall”, New York City.

hitodama:

George Maciunas

Solo for Violin. Simultaneous performance, May 23rd 1964, by Ben Vautier and Alison Knowles (not pictured) during “Fluxus Street Theatre” as part of “Fluxus Festival at Fauxhall”, New York City.

→ Aug 2014

Dreamlined by Psychic Tv
→ Aug 2014 Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler

(Source: amoebalanding, via sadsmother)

→ Aug 2014

Child Soldier by Oneohtrix Point Never