— Lu Ch’ai
Martin Niklas Wieser, F/W 2013/14
Ph: Jonas Lindström
(Source : touristmagazine.co.uk)
Suspects by Ólafur Arnalds
(Source : Flickr / leastwanted)
But if I lacked an upper lip here, there an ear, here a rib, there a finger, if I had hairless spots on my head and pockmarks on my face, this would still be no adequate counterpart to my inner imperfection. This imperfection is not congenital and therefore so much the more painful to bear. For like everyone, I too have my centre of gravity inside me from birth, and this not even the most foolish education could displace. This good centre of gravity I still have, but to a certain extent I no longer have the corresponding body. And a centre of gravity that has no work to do becomes lead, and sticks in the body like a musket ball. But this imperfection is not earned either, I have suffered its emergence through no fault of my own. This is why I can find nowhere within myself any repentance, much as I may seek it. For repentance would be good for me, it cries itself out all by itself, it takes the pain to one side and settles everything along like an affair of honour; we remain upright because it relieves us.
High Priestess by Active Child
— Anaïs Nin
(Source : chagrinblanc)
The Exhibition CAVE at Solar Galeria de Arte
A commissioned work by Solar, “Try to make myself a work of art”, is a site specific work for Solar Gallery space where I will turn the gallery in my home/photo studio and make a serie of photos based on the concept of still/moving images. A process, an irony turning the body and myself on what I want to project, exploring what we could perceive as natural.
— Philip Sington, The Valley of Unknowing (W. W. Norton & Co., 2012)