meeshell


19yearold currently explorin' Western NewYork. /“Disbelief in magic can force a poor soul into believing in government and business.”


confession: i take a certain route to go home so i can run (fullspeed in cowgirl boots) home from class to see my kitty 

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vuls:

Joan Miró
Le prophéte le nit

vuls:

Joan Miró

Le prophéte le nit

fleeten:

these pix do wonders for my self confidence. ideal form realized

collab w/ hhobbess

hifructosemag:

A careful collector of found objects and (ethically sourced) animal bones, Jessica Joslincreates delicate sculptures that gracefully encase skeletal remains in baroque ornamentation. Using antique metals from chandeliers, samovars and other Victorian-era relics, Joslin gives the creatures whose bones she utilizes a dignified appearance even in death. Her work is both decorative and visceral, as her intricate craftsmanship belies her haunting subject matter. The artist recently created a new body of work for her solo show, “The Immortal Zoo,”opening October 24 at the non-profit gallery Firecat Projects in Chicago. Watch a teaser video and check out our preview of her latest work on Hi-Fructose.

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celine ss 15

untitled-1991:

celine ss 15

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"For us saying ‘we are all housewives’ never meant to embrace this work, it was a way of denouncing this situation and making visible a common terrain on the basis of which we could organize a struggle. Recognizing the specific ways in which we are exploited is essential to organizing against it. You cannot organize from a position of ‘nohingness.’ ‘Nothingness’ is not a terrain of aggregation. It does not place you in a context, in a history of struggles. To struggle from a particular work-relation is to recognize our power to refuse it." silvia federeci

"For us saying ‘we are all housewives’ never meant to embrace this work, it was a way of denouncing this situation and making visible a common terrain on the basis of which we could organize a struggle. Recognizing the specific ways in which we are exploited is essential to organizing against it. You cannot organize from a position of ‘nohingness.’ ‘Nothingness’ is not a terrain of aggregation. It does not place you in a context, in a history of struggles. To struggle from a particular work-relation is to recognize our power to refuse it." silvia federeci