punk weight

visual-poetry:

»no in twelve different colors« by stefan brüggemann (+)

visual-poetry:

»no in twelve different colors« by stefan brüggemann (+)

focus-damnit:

Barbara Hepworth

focus-damnit:

Barbara Hepworth

zazzle-poetry:

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zazzle-poetry:

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cats

The Raincoats

No Side to Fall In - The Raincoats

"All pretentions of masculinity are, then, sheer imposture; just as every display of femininity is sheer masquerade. Through his desubstantialization of sex, Lacan has allowed us to perceive the fraudulence at the heart of every claim to positive sexual identity."

-  joan copjec

sexuality, lacan,

atomicdomme:

a lot of people talk like capitalism is necessary to have innovation and I just think of all the brilliant and creative people I know who spend all of their time and energy worrying about how they’re going to have a roof over their heads and food to eat. capitalism doesn’t drive innovation, it stifles it and shackles it to the endlessly wasteful machinery of exploitation.

amen, capitalism,

"Female heterosexuality is not a biological drive of an individual woman’s erotic attraction or attachment to another human animal which happens to be male. Female heterosexuality is a set of social institutions and practices defined and regulated by patriarchal kinship systems, by both civil and religious law, and by strenuously enforced mores and deeply entrenched values and taboos. Those definitions, regulations, values and taboos are about male fraternity and the oppression and exploitation of women. They are not about love, human warmth, solace, fun, pleasure, or deep knowledge between people. If any of the latter arise within the boundaries of these institutions and practices, it is because fun, solace, pleasure and acknowledgement grow like dandelions and are hard to eradicate, not because heterosexuality is natural or is naturally a site of such benefits."

-

Marilyn Frye, “Willful Virgin; or, Do You Have to Be a Lesbian to be a Feminist?”, 1990

This essay is depressing the shit out of me.

(via 3liza)

'fun, solace, pleasure and acknowledgement grow like dandelions and are hard to eradicate' is pretty beautiful and uplifting though

(via softboycollective)

heteros, sexuality,

tzara, dada,

tzara, dada,

artmastered:

Thomas Ganter, Man with a Plaid Blanket, 2014, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Here we have the winning portrait from this year’s BP Portrait Awards. Ganter’s piece is a depiction of a homeless man from Frankfurt named Karel. The sitter’s pose and surroundings - namely the gold background and coffee-cup rose - are crucial to the portrait’s overall effect. Ganter has said of the work: ‘By portraying a homeless man in a manner reserved for nobles or saints, I tried to emphasise that everyone deserves respect and care. Human dignity shouldn’t be relative, or dependent on socioeconomic status.’ [Source]. I adore this concept, but I do think that Karel’s facial expression is really what makes this piece as compelling as it is.

portrait, homelessness, art,

artmastered:

Thomas Ganter, Man with a Plaid Blanket, 2014, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], currently on display at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Here we have the winning portrait from this year’s BP Portrait Awards. Ganter’s piece is a depiction of a homeless man from Frankfurt named Karel. The sitter’s pose and surroundings - namely the gold background and coffee-cup rose - are crucial to the portrait’s overall effect. Ganter has said of the work: ‘By portraying a homeless man in a manner reserved for nobles or saints, I tried to emphasise that everyone deserves respect and care. Human dignity shouldn’t be relative, or dependent on socioeconomic status.’ [Source]. I adore this concept, but I do think that Karel’s facial expression is really what makes this piece as compelling as it is.

portrait, homelessness, art,

saladinahmed:

Handling harassment, 1940. (from PLANET COMICS)

saladinahmed:

Handling harassment, 1940. (from PLANET COMICS)

Capitalists: Capitalism is the best system because it works by the laws of nature. Darwin! Natural selection! Only the strong survive!

Kropotkin: Actually, Darwin pointed out that in numberless animal societies, the struggle between separate individuals for the means of existence disappears, that struggle is replaced by co-operation and how that substitution results in the development of intellectual and moral faculties which secure to the species the best conditions for survival.

Capitalists: No

Darwin: Yes<p>kropotkin, anarchy, hurrah, animals,</p>

blixa bargeld,

blixa bargeld,


Verena Michels and Zyanya Keizer S/S 2015


art,

Verena Michels and Zyanya Keizer S/S 2015

art,