(but warm inside)



slow-glider:

bilinda butcher, 1992.

slow-glider:

bilinda butcher, 1992.

workman:

i-eviscerate:
Mona Hatoum - Performance Still (1985/1995) Mona Hatoum first became known in the early 1980s for a series of performance and video pieces which used her own body as a site for exploring the fragility and strength of the human condition under duress. Performance Still 1985 records one of three street performances which Hatoum carried out in Brixton for the Roadworks exhibition organised in 1985 by the Brixton Artists Collective. The performance consisted of the artist walking barefoot through the streets of Brixton for nearly an hour, with Doc Marten boots, usually worn by both police and skinheads, attached to her ankles by their laces. Performance Still, printed and published ten years later, turns the original documentary photograph of the performance into a work in its own right, and has therefore come to identify this aspect of Hatoum’s practice.

workman:

i-eviscerate:

Mona Hatoum - Performance Still (1985/1995)
Mona Hatoum first became known in the early 1980s for a series of performance and video pieces which used her own body as a site for exploring the fragility and strength of the human condition under duress. Performance Still 1985 records one of three street performances which Hatoum carried out in Brixton for the Roadworks exhibition organised in 1985 by the Brixton Artists Collective. The performance consisted of the artist walking barefoot through the streets of Brixton for nearly an hour, with Doc Marten boots, usually worn by both police and skinheads, attached to her ankles by their laces. Performance Still, printed and published ten years later, turns the original documentary photograph of the performance into a work in its own right, and has therefore come to identify this aspect of Hatoum’s practice.

overlypolitebisexual:

im SO SICK of hearing about how feminism “helps men” i don’t care why do they need to be reassured that they will benefit from it before they can support us fighting for basic human rights and liberation

Grimes by Holly Andres for The New York Times

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mysticaltongue:

Slowdive - Catch the Breeze (1991)

Allison Wade -  Break-up Texts; 2013-2014

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darshanapathak:

Raise your hand if you’re straddling the line between crippling anxiety and not giving any fucks about anything

tat-art:

The Kiss - Maria Anwander
“The Kiss” was given to the MoMA as a donation without asking for permission. I entered the museum as a regular visitor and gave an intense French kiss to the wall. Next to the invisible kiss I then fixed a fake label, which simulated the style of a regular MoMA caption.

tat-art:

The Kiss - Maria Anwander

“The Kiss” was given to the MoMA as a donation without asking for permission. I entered the museum as a regular visitor and gave an intense French kiss to the wall. Next to the invisible kiss I then fixed a fake label, which simulated the style of a regular MoMA caption.

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Amy Winehouse

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weston-miller:

Grocery #3

weston-miller:

Grocery #3