euo:

"Faith is a torment. It is like loving someone who is out there in the darkness but never appears, no matter how loudly you call."
The Seventh Seal (1957) dir. Ingmar Bergman

euo:

"Faith is a torment. It is like loving someone who is out there in the darkness but never appears, no matter how loudly you call."

The Seventh Seal (1957) dir. Ingmar Bergman

The photograph is a sign of the passing of time, of the fact that what we see in the shiny surface of the photographic print no longer exists as we see it: it is a sign, again, of our inexorable mortality.

Amelia Jones | The “Eternal Return”: Self-Portrait Photography as a Technology of Embodiment

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archives-dada:

Francis Picabia, L’œil cacodylate, 1921, Huile sur toile et collage de photographies, cartes postales, papiers divers découpés, 148,6 x 117,4 cm
Centre Pompidou, © Jacques Faujour - Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI (diffusion RMN)© Adagp, Paris

archives-dada:

Francis Picabia, L’œil cacodylate, 1921, Huile sur toile et collage de photographies, cartes postales, papiers divers découpés, 148,6 x 117,4 cm

Centre Pompidou, © Jacques Faujour - Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI (diffusion RMN)
© Adagp, Paris

the thick stream of air hauled toward the summits
first the great horses of noise reared against the sky
then sluggishly the great limp octopus of smoke
a derisory spitter injecting the night with
the insolent perfume of a citronella lamp
and a wind swept down on the islands
to be riddled by the suspect violence of the locusts …

Aimé Césaire (via foronceiamquitecomfortable)