“You may then wonder where they have gone, those other dim dots that were you: you in the flesh swimming in a swift river, swinging a bat on the first pitch, opening the footlocker with a screwdriver, inking and painting clowns on celluloid, stepping out of a revolving door into a swift crowd on a sidewalk, being kissed and kissing till your brain grew smooth, stepping out of the cold woods into a warm field full of crows, or lying awake in bed aware of your legs and suddenly aware of it all, that the ceiling above you was under the sky—in what country, what town?”
— Annie Dillard, An American Childhood


Gg, B’ey juyu’ / El camino de la montaña / The Path in the Mountain


The Tree of Life (Terrence Malick, 2011)

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Silesian Ulysses, 2014 from Hungry Still

Joanna Chudy

Sharon Core (below, 2004) recreates Wayne Thiebaud’s Cakes (above, 1961) by hireing a baker that recreates the pop artist’s cakes and capturing them in the exact same lighting and framing.

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"You always interpret the masculine the classic masculine dressing with the feminine and the drama.”

André Leon Tally interviewing Janelle Monáe at the 2014 Met Gala (x)

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