untrustyou:

Victoria Siemer
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likeafieldmouse:

Peter Bialobrzeski - Nail Houses & Case Study Homes

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sometimes-now:

nam june paik, tv garden installation at solomon r. guggenheim museum, new york, 2000
Apr 24, 2014 / 250 notes

sometimes-now:

nam june paik, tv garden installation at solomon r. guggenheim museum, new york, 2000

Apr 24, 2014 / 83 notes

patrickschierer:

Zimoun Installation.

Museo d’Arte di Lugano in Switzerland.

Apr 24, 2014

ya imprimieron las primeras casas en impresoras 3D. Ya fuimos, dios nos va a castigar.

Apr 23, 2014
thetypologist:

Typology of car poolers in Mexico. Photography by Alejandro Cartagena.
Apr 23, 2014 / 760 notes

thetypologist:

Typology of car poolers in Mexico. Photography by Alejandro Cartagena.

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Apr 23, 2014 / 26 notes

floresenelatico:

Eun Hye Kanghttp://eunhyekang.com/

Apr 22, 2014 / 61 notes

thedissolve:

“Comedy thrives inside a fixed frame. It’s not an essential element, but as with dancing and magic tricks, it’s always more impressive if the viewer can see the performer’s hands and feet at all times. In Sherlock, Jr, Keaton moves the camera when he has to, during all of the movie’s crazy chases. But even then, the motion is limited: Keaton tracks alongside the actors, or he attaches the camera to the front of one of the moving vehicles so that he can keep all the action inside the rectangle.Sherlock, Jr. is at its funniest, though, when the camera stays still, and the characters move in and out, like figures in a side-scrolling platform videogame. Maybe that’s because the fixed frame emphasizes the characters as characters, arriving into the picture exactly when needed for the plot—and sometimes remaining stuck there, like the projectionist, never confident that he can find a way to break out of the box.”

Noel Murray kicks off our Movie Of The Week discussion of the 1924 classic Sherlock, Jr. with an examination of how Buster Keaton’s physical comedy thrived in a fixed environment of boxes and lines. [Read more…]

Apr 22, 2014 / 228 notes

art21:

"If we forget what used to be, then we’ve lost an ability to really be sensitive to our surroundings." —Maya Lin

For Earth Day, watch how Maya Lin encourages viewers to look more closely at their immediate surroundings and the natural world through a pair of episodes from Art21’s Exclusive series, featuring installation views of her 2013 exhibition, Maya Lin: Here and There, at Pace Gallery, New York, 2013.

WATCH
Maya Lin: New York
Maya Lin: Disappearing Bodies of Water

IMAGES: Production stills from the Art21 Exclusive episodes, Maya Lin: New York and Maya Lin: Disappearing Bodies of Water. © Art21, Inc. 2013.

Oh, Let me be him, be him, be him
Oh, Let me be him
Oh, Let me be him

(oh oh, heyyy oh oh)

Apr 21, 2014
memexico:

Gabriel García Márquez, uno de los mas grandes mexicanos.

A MI NO ME ENGAÑAS WIKIPEDIA, GGM ERA MEXICANO.
Apr 21, 2014 / 145 notes

memexico:

Gabriel García Márquez, uno de los mas grandes mexicanos.

A MI NO ME ENGAÑAS WIKIPEDIA, GGM ERA MEXICANO.

Apr 20, 2014 / 5 notes
captainsunbeam:

Ramiro Chaves
Apr 20, 2014 / 4 notes