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→ Oct 2014 sparespaces:

Aleksandra Ekster (1882-1949), Constructivist setting for a Tragedy, 1920-1927.

sparespaces:

Aleksandra Ekster (1882-1949), Constructivist setting for a Tragedy, 1920-1927.

(via sadsmother)

→ Oct 2014

Lost In Music by Sister Sledge
→ Sep 2014 kafkasapartment:

Bride, 1912. Marcel Duchamp. Oil on canvas

kafkasapartment:

Bride, 1912. Marcel Duchamp. Oil on canvas

(via hellyouknowyeah)

→ Sep 2014 "Here we have the principle of commodity fetishism, the domination of society by things whose qualities are “at the same time perceptible and imperceptible by the senses”. This principle is absolutely fulfilled in the spectacle, where the perceptible world is replaced by a set of images that are superior to that world yet at the same time impose themselves as eminently possible." — Guy Dubord, The Society of The Spectacle (1967)
→ Sep 2014

Nocturne by Claude Debussy
→ Sep 2014

Workers Union (1975) 20’ for any loud-sounding group of instruments.
Composed by Louis Andriessen, performed by 
the California EAR Unit.

→ Sep 2014

hothotnewmusicfever:

Louis Andriessen – De Stijl

→ Sep 2014 popfop:

Flag of Magnitogorsk.


Magnitogorsk’s coat of arms. 

popfop:

Flag of Magnitogorsk.

Magnitogorsk’s coat of arms. 

→ Sep 2014 11213372:

“In my dome of ivory A home of activity I want the answers quickly But I don’t have no energy
I hold a cup of wisdom But there is nothing within My cup, she never overfloweth And ‘tis I that moan and groaneth”
— Kate Bush, ‘Sat In Your Lap’

11213372:

In my dome of ivory
A home of activity
I want the answers quickly
But I don’t have no energy

I hold a cup of wisdom
But there is nothing within
My cup, she never overfloweth
And ‘tis I that moan and groaneth”

— Kate Bush, ‘Sat In Your Lap

(Source: bebopdeluxe)

→ Sep 2014 The Addiction (1995) dir. Abel Ferrara

The Addiction (1995) dir. Abel Ferrara

→ Sep 2014

laguinguette:

Catherine Ringer, (Rita Mitsouko) - Soigne ta droite, 1987.

→ Sep 2014

バルザムとエーテル (ノヴァーリス夜の賛歌より) by ONNA
→ Sep 2014

Morning by Chris & Cosey
→ Sep 2014 "The effect of the cultural bomb is to annihilate a people’s belief in their names, in their languages, in their environment, in their heritage of struggle, in their unity, in their capacities and ultimately in themselves. It makes them see their past as one wasteland of non-achievement and it makes them want to distance themselves from that wasteland. It makes them want to identify with that which is furthest removed from themselves; for instance, with other peoples’ languages rather than their own. It makes them identify with that which is decadent and reactionary, all those forces that would stop their own springs of life. It even plants serious doubts about the moral righteousness of struggle. Possibilities of triumph or victory are seen as remote, ridiculous dreams. The intended results are despair, despondency and a collective death-wish." — Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Decolonising the Mind. (via sukoot)

(Source: daughterofzami, via cyborges)

→ Sep 2014 mysticalpsychosis:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Shadow with Pelvis and Moonoil on canvas121.8 x 101.6 cm1943

mysticalpsychosis:

Georgia O’Keeffe, Shadow with Pelvis and Moon
oil on canvas
121.8 x 101.6 cm
1943

(via noceans)