(Source: mradamjames)

This was posted 3 days ago. It has 1 note and 0 comments. .

Five Ways To Use This Park

(Source: miguelmarquezoutside)

This was posted 3 days ago. It has 12,927 notes and 0 comments.

Liturgy - Generation

This was posted 1 week ago. It has 0 notes and 0 comments.

Coinciding with the Notting Hill Carnival, Tate Modern presents Up Hill Down Hall: An indoor carnival, a new performance commission guest curated by Claire Tancons that offers critical and artistic perspectives on Carnival.

This was posted 1 week ago. It has 3 notes and 0 comments.

Toy Boarders

(via nevver)

This was posted 2 weeks ago. It has 1,075 notes and 0 comments.
Where did the state touch you?

Where did the state touch you?

This was posted 2 weeks ago. It has 0 notes and 0 comments. .

wnycradiolab:

How does the cover of an obscure philosophy book end up on Jay-Z’s back?

This was posted 3 weeks ago. It has 445 notes and 0 comments.

The Socio-Political Dimension of Circus

The aim of this project has been to de-territorialise the circus act by unplugging it from its master signifiers to see what would happen when the bodies and the materials it is composed of spent some time with each other free from the demands of being impressive, seductive, fast or masterful.

h/t Paloma Madrid

This was posted 1 month ago. It has 0 notes and 0 comments.
“Hannah Hull undertook a series of conversations with people around Liverpool, exploring notions of protest. From banner making to letter writing, organising a march or simply ’sticking up for yourself’, each person is asked to reframe and expand their idea of protest, bringing the concept into their everyday lives. Through this exchange, a phrase is identified as a kind of personal political (with a little ‘p’) motto. This phrase is gifted back to the participant in the form of a badge.”

Hannah Hull undertook a series of conversations with people around Liverpool, exploring notions of protest. From banner making to letter writing, organising a march or simply ’sticking up for yourself’, each person is asked to reframe and expand their idea of protest, bringing the concept into their everyday lives. Through this exchange, a phrase is identified as a kind of personal political (with a little ‘p’) motto. This phrase is gifted back to the participant in the form of a badge.”

This was posted 1 month ago. It has 0 notes and 0 comments. .

Spatial Confessions

This was posted 1 month ago. It has 0 notes and 0 comments.