nataliakoptseva:nihtegale :Природа слушает, как человеческое ухо жалуется на его отсутствие защиты, как глаз оснащен бровей, c.1430
(Source: bl.uk, via oldpainting)
stuartshils: sharon etgar, threads drawing, pages 43,44, www.sharonetgar.com
The scream of an
It has ceased to hear itself, therefore
it asks itself
How do I exist?
This was the silence I wanted to break in you.
" — Adrienne Rich, from section 6 of “Cartographies of Silence,” in The Fact of a Doorframe: Poems 19550-2001 (W. W. Norton & Co., 2002)
(Source: asthewindrises, via apoetreflects)
lottereinigerforever: On the set of “Peau d’âne”
"… But every land should be a holy land. One should find the symbol in the landscape itself of the energies of life there. That’s what all early traditions do. They sanctify their own landscape." — Joseph Campbell, from one of the interviews in The Power of Myth (Anchor, 1991)
(Source: geopsych, via apoetreflects)
currentinspiration: Sophie Calle, Statues ennemies (2003), Iconic portraits mutilated during the civil war in Spain.
postconceptual-art: Tatiana Trouvé, Libelle 5 Myriam, 2009