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ex-positie

Posted in Onderzoek by celine mathieu on februari 7, 2010

In 1942, Andre Breton organised a retrospective exhibition of Surrealist art in New York: First Papers of Surrealism. For the vernissage Marcel Duchamp created this installation – a gigantic web – called the Mile of String. He and Breton furthermore arranged for a number of children to ball in the room thereby making it very difficult for the guests to see the paintings.

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Posted in Synthese, Terugblik by celine mathieu on november 26, 2009

Posted in Terugblik by magaliabraham on november 25, 2009

My grandfather was born and raised on our New Zealand farm. He and my grandmother were married nearly 60 years. Preparing for a photo in the barley, my grandmother lovingly reached up to adjust his hat. This was his last harvest. (Photo and caption by Gemma Collier) #

einde van de aarde

Posted in Backfire, Concrete epilogen, Stop by jasperstoop on november 23, 2009

 

mensen zijn een plaag 😀

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Posted in Postnataal by magaliabraham on november 23, 2009

Anyone care to guess what this cute little bear is made of? The lovely keepsake is made from a placenta.

The placenta must be cut in half and rubbed with sea salt to cure it. After it is dried out, it is treated with an emulsifying mixture of tannin and egg yolk to make it soft and pliable. Then, you craft it into a teddy bear.

Designer Alex Green

Bus Graveyard

Posted in Afbraak - Afval - Degradatie by somorjaichristina on november 22, 2009

XDR-TB

Posted in Afstoot - Ziekte, Stop by somorjaichristina on november 21, 2009

Urban Decay – James Wakefield

Posted in Afbraak - Afval - Degradatie, Cyclus, Terugblik by somorjaichristina on november 21, 2009

morbide anatomie

Posted in Cyclus, Synthese, Terugblik by celine mathieu on november 21, 2009

Vreemde en ongeziene items uit het science museum.

Hier alvast een blik op een vreemd, gearchiveerde onderwerp:

 

Džesika Devic

Posted in Synthese, Terugblik by celine mathieu on november 19, 2009

geweldige fotografe. Deze foto is één van mijn favorieten en kan in mijn ogen bij het thema epiloog passen, door zijn synthestiserende eigenschap. Analoge fotografie is op een manier ook een soort epiloog, ze geeft verslag over wat geweest is, soms vanuit een ander standpunt. Ze licht één moment op/toe door het vast te leggen.