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a blog with short-form, mixed-media posts with stuff I like.
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The artist - Sophie Calle - asks a series of individuals all blind from birth, what their visual interpretation of beauty would be…


The artist - Sophie Calle - asks a series of individuals all blind from birth, what their visual interpretation of beauty would be…

(Source: suzannedb)

— 1 year ago with 4 notes
#description  #Sophie Calle  #words  #language  #blindness  #blank  #art  #photography 
3D typeface only visible from one angle by stefan abrahams

3D typeface only visible from one angle by stefan abrahams

(Source: stefanabrahams)

— 1 year ago with 1009 notes
#font  #inkless  #3d  #white  #blank  #poster 
Privacy_A Lunch_Break_From_One’s_Public_Identity by Sean Ripple2011, performance and text (part of the show Relational Transgressions)
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Gilles Deleuze: “When a language is so strained that it starts to stutter, or to murmur or stammer … then language in its entirety reaches the limit that marks its outside and makes it confront silence. When language is strained in this way, language in its entirety is submitted to a pressure that makes it fall silent. Style—the foreign language within language—is made up of these two operations; or should we instead speak with Proust of a nonstyle, that is, of ‘the elements of a style to come which do not yet exist’? Style is the economy of language. To make one’s language stutter, face to face, or face to back, and at the same time to push language as a whole to its limit, to its outside, to its silence—this would be like the boom and the crash.”
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“He Stuttered,” Essays Critical and Clinical, University of Minnesota Press, 1997, p. 113.— also see Walking with Lygia (2009) by Department of Biological Flow.

Privacy_A Lunch_Break_From_One’s_Public_Identity by Sean Ripple
2011performance and text (part of the show Relational Transgressions)

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Gilles Deleuze: “When a language is so strained that it starts to stutter, or to murmur or stammer … then language in its entirety reaches the limit that marks its outside and makes it confront silence. When language is strained in this way, language in its entirety is submitted to a pressure that makes it fall silent. Style—the foreign language within language—is made up of these two operations; or should we instead speak with Proust of a nonstyle, that is, of ‘the elements of a style to come which do not yet exist’? Style is the economy of language. To make one’s language stutter, face to face, or face to back, and at the same time to push language as a whole to its limit, to its outside, to its silence—this would be like the boom and the crash.”

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“He Stuttered,” Essays Critical and Clinical, University of Minnesota Press, 1997, p. 113.
— also see Walking with Lygia (2009) by Department of Biological Flow.

(Source: nonsenselab)

— 1 year ago with 24 notes
#language  #silent  #performance  #limitations  #Blank  #scriptie 
Sheet by Daniel Arsham (2007)
EPS, Plaster, Paint, Fabric, Rubber: 45.25 in x 8.10 ft x 6 in

Sheet by Daniel Arsham (2007)

EPS, Plaster, Paint, Fabric, Rubber: 45.25 in x 8.10 ft x 6 in

— 2 years ago with 4 notes
#blank  #sculpture  #white  #art  #inspiration  #3d 
"Language is most efficiently used where it is being most efficiently misused. As we cannot eliminate language all at once, we should at least leave nothing undone that might contribute to its falling into disrepute. To bore one hole after another in it, until what lurks behind it- be it something or nothing- begins to seep through."
by Samuel Beckett in Letter to AK

(Source: foilanddust)

— 2 years ago with 45 notes
#Samuel Beckett  #language  #Blank  #emptiness  #knowledge 
Paper Alphabet for Sculpture Today

Paper Alphabet for Sculpture Today

— 2 years ago with 787 notes
#paper  #shadow  #typeface  #blank  #cut out 

John Cage’s 4’33” for piano by Armin Fuchs (1952)

4′33″  is a three-movement composition which was composed in 1952 for any instrument (or combination of instruments), and the score instructs the performer not to play throughout the three movements. The piece purports to consist of the sounds of the environment that the listeners hear while it is performed

— 2 years ago with 12 notes
#John Cage  #Fluxus  #4'33''  #piano  #Experimental  #inspiration  #silence  #Blank