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Luis Salinas - La Cumparsita   

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STOPCYCLE (by ducroz)

STOPCYCLE is a series of 25 small scale sculptures, which as an ensemble create a seamless 25 frame animated loop. the work explores changes of form, and sound using repetition through time. the sculptures shapes are organic and layered in form, much like topographical maps. the forms are descriptions of anatomical regions, as well as being formal experiments in geometry and motion. their shapes are infinitely cycling, beginning anew once they end - they can be interpreted as tangible, shapeshifting clocks.

Entrelac Knitting (by Miranda)

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"This, I believe, is the great Western truth: that each of us is a completely unique creature and that, if we are ever to give any gift to the world, it will have to come out of our own experience and fulfilment of our own potentialities, not someone else’s."
— Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth

Casòn by act_romegialli

Italian studio act_romegialli founds its work on the cultural side of architecture, on the atmosphere of the place and its story. These premisies are perfectly realised in this wonderful project of the village stone house renovation in Cerido. 

  1. Aperture: f/16
  2. Exposure: 1"
  3. Focal Length: 24mm
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heRajiKa tracks - Shigure

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Played 349 times.
"'Ghosts,' I said. 'Ghosts are why we can't make love.'"

Doris Lessing, The Diaries of Jane Somers

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"Watch out for intellect,
because it knows so much it knows nothing
and leaves you hanging upside down,
mouthing knowledge as your heart
falls out of your mouth."
— Anne Sexton, The Complete Poems
Coffee with Anne Sexton

Coffee with Anne Sexton

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JS Bach - Partita No. 2 In D Minor For Solo Violin, BWV 1004 V. Chaconne

violin: Viktoria Mullova

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Woodblock print by Yasuhiko Kida

"The ancient Greek philosophers recognised just four elements, earth, water, air, and fire, all of which survive in the astrological subdivision of the twelve signs of the zodiac. Some of these philosophers believed that these different elements consisted of microscopic components with differing shapes, and that this explained the various properties of the elements."
— “The elements,” from, The Periodic Table: A Very Short Introduction via Very Short Introductions.
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