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OAKLAND --> EARTH

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hornyspice:

People who actually buy music from iTunes.
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fakefeminism:

Laika, the first dog in space

fakefeminism:

Laika, the first dog in space


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Yes, whales and other monsters are all sorry pictures and shameful mistakes of nature, but we can discern the great demonic figure of Moby-Dick rising up behind Hegel.


 Oxana Timofeeva, ‘The Negative Animal’ (via spiritandteeth)

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blairreebear:

missauset:

Civil Rights Protest prep. Hair pulling and blowing smoke in her face to prepare her for the experience of sitting in restaurants that were not willing to serve people of color. 


powerful

blairreebear:

missauset:

Civil Rights Protest prep. Hair pulling and blowing smoke in her face to prepare her for the experience of sitting in restaurants that were not willing to serve people of color. 


powerful


48954N  on  August  5th   ·  reblog



henry darger

henry darger


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That’s how I see the body, as a living political archive. You already have this archive. It’s not like you choose things that are more or less outside of yourself to add onto it. You realize that your body is really dense, stratified, and huge. There are connections and relationships that are already there. If you carefully look at it, you realize that your body archive is connected to the history of the city, the history of design, technologies, and goes back to the invention of agriculture like eighty thousand years ago. Your body is the body of the planet. When I add a few molecules of testosterone, in a huge living archive, well that’s just a minor detail. It’s a way of intensification in terms of a cognitive experience—suddenly you are intensifying processes that are already going on in your body.


pharmacopornography-an interview with beatriz preciado



The State idea is not according to my heart. I cannot understand why it is needed. It is connected with narrow-minded and economic obstacles. I believe it is bad. I have always been against it.


Albert Einstein, in a reply to a question by the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry of whether refugee settlement in Palestine demanded a Jewish state (January, 1946)

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contraception:

straight people talk about their ‘opinion’ on gay rights as if queer people’s status as human beings is questionable


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theparisreview:

“If the essence of jazz exists in the moment of performance, then much of the work of the jazz elegy is to make such music legible while also acknowledging the futility of such a project.”
Chantal McStay on Rita Dove’s elegy for Billie Holiday, who died fifty-five years ago today.

theparisreview:

“If the essence of jazz exists in the moment of performance, then much of the work of the jazz elegy is to make such music legible while also acknowledging the futility of such a project.”

Chantal McStay on Rita Dove’s elegy for Billie Holiday, who died fifty-five years ago today.


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performance   jazz   presence   



asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.

asianartmuseum:

Love, love, love when our world collides with sci-fi. Here is Giger’s iconic Alien (RIP, Giger) depicted in traditional brush painting style, supposedly by Qi Baishi. Baishi was an acclaimed artist credited with transforming the brush art of China’s educated elite into a more universal art form embraced by all social backgrounds. In fact, we recently just wrapped up The Carved Brush, an exhibition of Baishi’s artworks!

Anyway, here’s some backstory on this fantastic painting.


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