Jul 28, 2014

Inuit Katajjaq (vocal games), traditionally performed by two females close up & facing one another.

Jul 27, 2014
 

 

Jul 16, 2014
Jul 14, 2014

Sigourney Weaver in her high school yearbook

Sigourney Weaver in her high school yearbook

(Source: gacougnol, via couldbehoneycomb)

Jul 10, 2014
Jun 18, 2014
platitudeproblem:

Page 120 of “Conversations with Igor Stravinsky” by Robert Craft. Love those glyphs.

platitudeproblem:

Page 120 of “Conversations with Igor Stravinsky” by Robert Craft. Love those glyphs.

(via idi0teque)

Jun 14, 2014

Innsbruck, Ich Muss Dich Lassen (for the emigrant)

Translation

Jun 14, 2014
Jun 8, 2014

http://interstate808.tumblr.com/post/88127700235/where-to-start-circumambulatorily-not-a-word

interstate808:

Where to start? Circumambulatorily. Not a word. But I’ve been thinking about walking and reading about walking and thinking a lot about what walking and thinking together can do. Where one can end up. I’ve started Rebecca Solnit’s Wanderlust, a counterpoint to Iain Sinclair’s Edge Of The Orison,…

Jun 2, 2014

Our summer holliers.

(Source: interstate808)

May 22, 2014

todayinhistory:

May 21st 1871: Bloody Week begins

On this day in 1871 French troops marched on the Paris Commune and began fighting the revolutionaries there. The Commune took power in opposition to the conservative royalist National Assembly which was elected in February 1871; republican Parisians feared the Assembly would restore the monarchy. When officials of Adolphe Thiers’s government tried to remove the cannons of the city’s guards on March 18th the Commune seized power and were later elected on March 26th. The Commune enacted socialist policies such as ending support of religion and promoting female suffrage; they adopted a plain red flag as the flag of the Commune. Communard soldiers killed two French troops and refused to stand down, prompting the attack on the Commune by French forces who entered through an undefended area. The Commune was brutally repressed by the national government during the street fighting of ‘Bloody Week’, with around 20,000 insurrectionists being killed before the Commune fell on May 28th. The government treated the surviving Communards and their supporters ruthlessly - arresting around 38,000 and deporting around 7,000.

(via prawnee)

May 3, 2014
Tracey Emin, Friendship (1987)

Tracey Emin, Friendship (1987)

May 1, 2014
Apr 29, 2014

blue-voids:

Olivia Arthur, Saudi Arabia

Apr 28, 2014
maryvangils:

Francis Bacon, Study for a Running Dog, 1954

maryvangils:

Francis Bacon, Study for a Running Dog, 1954

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