┐ Lauren E. Simonutti └

© Lauren E. Simonutti, Manny and Josephine, 1999 Lauren passed away this April. An homage would be irrelevant compared to what she set off to uncover and offers us. Thank you for the enlightenment! A must see, hear and feel that reminds me of David Nebreda’s work, more than anything else due to the relation…

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┐ maybe tomorrow └

things will start growing in the right direction, even if for now it all needs to be destroyed. All eyes on Greece! © Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs, Grow Homes, 2010 Installation View: 64 Houses on Stilts with local wild plants inside Wood, Inkjet Prints, Soil, Plants, rotating Grow-Lamp System

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┐ Pierre Dalpé └

© Pierre Dalpé, Manny and Josephine, 1999 © Pierre Dalpé, Saul, Sarah and Johanne, 1998 “Capitalizing on the multiplicity of an individual’s personality and the many selves housed within all of us, Pierre Dalpé approaches each of his subjects with a duplicitous heart: he twins his subjects within the frame to expose the construction of…

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┐ Zanele Muholi #2 └

photo catpion (above) © Zanele Muholi, Lesedi Modise, Mafikeng, North West, 2010, from the series Faces and Phases “In the face of all the challenges our community encounters daily, I embarked on a journey of visual activism to ensure that there is black queer visibility. Faces and Phases is about our histories and the struggles…

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┐ Sarah Maple └

© Sarah Maple, ‘Self portrait with Fried Eggs’, C-Type Print, 2008 © Sarah Maple, ‘I’ve got status anxiety (text)’ – Acrylic on paper collage © Sarah Maple, ‘I’ve got status anxiety’, C-Type Print, 2009 Sasha: When told that the theme of the current No More Potlucks was Ego, you quickly responded, “I have a lot…

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┐ Tobias Kruse └

  © Tobias Kruse, The Parting, school leaving examination year 2007 of Carl-von-Ossietzky-Gymnasium, Berlin Pankow, on the graduation trip at Lake Balaton, Siofok, May 2007, Hungary. “Alcoholism extends the impersonal and transcendental event of the ‘crack up’ across a life by way of a caesura of time. Alcoholism, Deleuze writes, ‘hardens’ the present (Deleuze 1990:…

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┐ Modern Battlefields └

photo by @ Juan Manuel Serrano/Associated Press, more images here and here miners struggle for working conditions in Asturias, Spain. It’s been going on for weeks… You can read a personal account of what’s happening here “The total absence of limitation to the thirst for power which wants to hold everything under its thumb, even…

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┐ The Chicago Conspiracy └

A must see! Full video here This is a trailer for our upcoming feature length documentary based in Chile and the Mapuche indigenous territory of Wallmapu. The concept for the film was born with the death of a former military dictator, Augusto Pinochet. His regime murdered thousands and tortured tens of thousands after the military…

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┐ Brendan George Ko └

@ Brendan George Ko, I used to love you, from Reminiscence, 2008-10 @ Brendan George Ko, We have a history, from Reminiscence, 2008-10 “And now I see what the glass door is. It is the door of a coffin-mine. Not a coffin, a sarcophagus. I am in an enormous vault, dead, and they are paying…

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┐ Ting Cheng └

@ Ting Cheng, Icy Yoga Lesson, 2012 @ Ting Cheng, Where is my home, 2009 excerpt from an interview by Alexandra Plesner, from Dazed Digital Dazed Digital: Your images give the impression of a dreamer, trying to escape this asylum called life. Why does this concept fascinate you so much? Ting Cheng: As human beings,…

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┐ Bridget Collins └

@ Bridget Collins, Untitled, from Olly Olly Oxen Free @ Bridget Collins, Untitled, from Olly Olly Oxen Free Jonathan Baron, editor-in-chief of Baron Magazine: We are visually saying that emotions are not progressive, that instead of being emotional with others, let’s do it through entertainment. So for the debut issue – Baron has commissioned artists…

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┐ a matter of time └

Sofia Silva, Protest against São Lázaro‘s eviction, May 31st 2012 Times like this highlight how abstract the meaning of “our rights” can be. Despite the facts indicating we’ve grown as a civilization and are able to fully communicate, the state can always impose itself on every argument, and so it does when sending its perpetrators…

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┐ Sharon Kivland └

@ Sharon Kivland, from Mes Fils @ Sharon Kivland, from Mes Fils @ Sharon Kivland, from Mes Fils Sharon Kivland investigates how our lives are governed by systems of order that complement, overlap and contradict one other while undergoing continual periods of change. Spheres such as language, time, philosophy, politics, nature and history are involved.…

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