likeafieldmouse:

Tara Geer

1. How it Feels - Inside the Space

2. Carrying Silence

3. What Forms in the Web

4. Airfold Quartet

5. New Swimmer

6. Hoverer

7. Protector

dearscience:

Crowd

in love with this
03.27.14 /21:37/ 6202

ryanpanos:

The Library of Babel | Rice+Lipka Architects | Via

“The Library of Babel” is a terrifying and beautiful story by prophetic Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges, written when he was employed shelving books in the city library. 

First published in a shorter version as “The Total Library,” this dense, nine-page story concerns a library that houses all of the books ever written and yet to be written. The Library is arranged non-hierarchically; all of the volumes — from the most rudimentary to the most inscrutable — are equally important in this infinite space. Its rooms are hexagons. Its staircases are broken. 

The Library’s many visitors — elated, dogmatic and anguished types are all represented — strangle one another in the corridors. They fall down air shafts and perish. They weep, or go mad. Desperate characters hide in the bathrooms, “rattling metal disks inside dice cups,” hoping to mind-read the call number for a missing canonical text. Others, overcome with “hygienic, ascetic rage,” stand before entire walls of books, denouncing the volumes, raising their fists. 

gateofgod:

Tower of Babel - Stages 1 thru 9 GIF
A collaborative project by Jeff Konigsberg and Adam Toht
03.27.14 /21:35/ 2756
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arpeggia:

I also went to ” Forcefields” and Nike Savvas “Rally” (at Art Gallery Of NSW)
I’ll post more on my instagram later. Also pics from Sol LeWitt exhibition. Gotta do my assignment. Bye.
03.21.14 /19:44/ 140
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arpeggia:

Bill Viola - Tristan’s Ascension (The Sound of a Mountain Under a Waterfall), 2005

See also: Fire Woman

bimasakti:

James Turrell, Aten Reign, 2013.
12.20.13 /14:02/ 26
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nicolascageforthirteenthdoctor:

Thank you, Matt Smith. Bow ties were never cooler.
12.14.13 /05:34/ 10200
Canvas  by  andbamnan