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Dortmund, May 2020

 

A dictionary resembles the world more than a novel does, because the world is not a coherent sequence of actions but a a constellation of things perceived. It is looked at, unrelated things congregate, and geographic proximity gives them meaning. If events follow each other, they are believed to be a story. But in a dictionary, tome doesn’t exist: ABC is neither more or less chronological than BCA.

 

— Édouard Levé

 

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Paris, April 2018

 

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at least I hav pretty hair

 

i hate posting pictures of myself bc i know once i’m famous ppl will use them as the before pics for my before & after comparison shots

 

most of the time i think the whole world is cruel & evil but sometimes someone is nice 2 me and i start to cry bc i think maybe the world isn’t cruel & evil maybe im the cruel & evil 1 & i h8 every1 for no reason

 

i love getting random questions like that tho ty anon

 

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Manheim, Hambacher Forst, November 2020

 

e Depot began to branch out of Georgia to Florida in 1981 with stores opening in Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale. By 1984, The Home Depot was operating 19 stores with sales of over $256 million. To enter the Dallas market The Home Depot acquired Bowater Home Center from Bowater Inc. on October 31, 1984, for $40 million.[12] The increased expansion of The Home Depot in the mid-1980s created financial difficulties with earnings falling at 42% and debt rising to $200 million. The financial difficulties of The Home Depot also caused the stock price to fall. To curb The Home Depot difficulties it opened only 10 stores in 1986 with a stock offering 2.99 million shares at $17 per share that helped The Home Depot to restructure its debts.[13] The Home Depot store in Markham, Ontario, Canada. In 1989, The Home Depot became the largest home improvement store in the United States surpassing Lowe’s. In the 1990s The Home Depot searched for ways to redefine its marketplace. An installation program for quality home improvement items such as windows or carpets was launched in 1991 called the EXPO with success. A 480-page book Home Improvement 1-2-3 was published in 1995. The Canadian hardware chain Aikenhead’s Hardware was acquired by The Home Depot in 1994 for $150 million with a 75% share. All of the Aikenhead’s Hardware stores were later converted to The Home Depot stores.[14] By 1995, sales reached $10 billion while operating 350 stores. Former General Electric executive Robert Nardelli became CEO and president of The Home Depot in 2000.[15] 2000–2007 San Diego maintenance and repair supplies company Maintenance Warehouse was purchased by The Home Depot in 1997 for $245 million.[16] Maintenance Warehouse was purchased because it was a leading direct-mail marketer of maintenance, repair and operations sup

 

— from Spam

 

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[die reflektierende Bewegung des Wesens]… ist daher die Bewegung von Nichts zu Nichts und dadurch zu sich selbst zurück. Das Übergehen oder Werden hebt in seinem Übergehen sich auf; das Andere, das in diesem Übergehen wird, ist nicht das Nichtsein eines Seins sondern das Nichts eines Nichts, und dies, die Negation eines Nichts zu sein, macht das Sein aus. – Das Sein ist nur als die Bewegung des Nichts zu Nichts, so ist es das Wesen, und dieses hat nicht diese Bewegung in sich, sondern ist sie als der absolute Schein selbst, die reine Negativität, die nichts außer ihr hat, das sie negierte, sondern die nur ihr Negatives sich selbst negiert, das nur in diesem Negieren ist.

 

— Hegel, Wissenschaft der Logik

 

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One, two, three, four!

 

No light, no people

No speak, no people

No cars, no people

No food, no people

 

Stopped short, grinding halt

Everything’s coming to a grinding halt

 

No sound, no people

No clocks, no people

No fine, no people

No me, no people

 

Stopped short, grinding halt

Everything’s coming to a grinding halt

Everything’s coming to a grinding halt

 

Slow down, slow down

No people, slow down

Everything’s coming to a

Everything’s coming to a

Everything’s coming to a

Everything’s coming to a

 

— The Cure, Grinding Halt

 

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Yuliett Torres

 

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Je sais, moi, des sorciers qui invoquent les jets

Dans la jungle de Nouvelle-Guinée

Ils scrutent le zénith convoitant les guinées

Que leur rapporterait le pillage du fret

 

Sur la mer de corail au passage de cet

Appareil ces créatures non dénuées

De raison ces papous attendent des nuées

L’avarie du Viscount et celle du Comet

 

Et comme leur totem n’a jamais pu abattre

A leurs pieds ni Bœing ni même D.C. quatre

Ils rêvent de hijacks et d’accidents d’oiseaux

 

Ces naufrageurs naïfs armés de sarbacanes

Qui sacrifient ainsi au culte du cargo

En soufflant vers l’azur et les aéroplanes

 

Où es-tu Melody et ton corps disloqué

Hante-t-il l’archipel que peuplent les sirènes

Ou bien accrochés au cargo dont la sirène

D’alarme s’est tue, es-tu restée

 

Au hasard des courants as-tu déjà touché

Ces lumineux coraux des côtes guinéennes

Où s’agitent en vain ces sorciers indigènes

Qui espèrent encore des avions brisés

 

N’ayant plus rien à perdre ni Dieu en qui croire

Afin qu’ils me rendent mes amours dérisoires

Moi, comme eux, j’ai prié les cargos de la nuit

 

Et je garde cette espérance d’un désastre

Aérien qui me ramènerait Melody

Mineure détournée de l’attraction des astres

 

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–Serge Gainsbourg, Cargo Culte

 

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St. Petersbury,, found September 2019

   

Die große soziale Frage ist die, ob die Glaswand immer das Fest der Wundertiere umhegen wird, ober ob nicht die unbekannten Leute, die gierig in der Nacht mit dem Blick etwas zu erhaschen suchen, eines Tages kommen, sie aus dem Aquarium holen und verspeisen werden.

 

— proust, Im Schatten junger Mädchenblüte, Erster Band, Seite 897

 

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Walking Project, Hafen 1, Mannheim, November 2020

   

Sean Hannity, one of the most trusted voices in media, confirmed the rumors are true.

 

Sean Hannity admits based on sources he has in DC, there is undeniable proof agents of the deep state have a horrifying plan in place.

 

— from Spam

 

via WordPress ift.tt/2fIKgyqOne of my favorite paintings of all time, a self portrait made when life is giving me many reasons to braid my hair.

 

This painting is very special to me. I love the beauty of her face and her soulful eyes. She is me, and I am braiding my hair.

 

I wanted to share with you a bit of the process, how she started from a rough sketch on the canvas into a full fledged painting on this timelapse video, and the inspiration that brought me to paint myself like this.

 

The inspiration for this painting came from a poem by Paola Klug that reflects my life situation now. I am battling a lot of fronts at the same time right now. This past year life has delivered me and my family so many blows that our life has been turned completely upside down. In Spanish, we have a saying, “Llover sobre mojado“ , “It rains on wet ground”. We use it when things just keep on piling up, just like rain over a flooded garden.

 

This situation has put me into a constant battle against the dementors of my depression. But I must be strong, if not for myself, for the sake of my family. Escaping from the dark clutches of sadness and sorrow is getting increasingly difficult, but I must prevail. I must braid my hair, and when the time comes and the stars align, I will be able to let it down once again.

 

When life just keeps coming at you… What do you?

 

Here is the full poem, “I will braid my sadness“, it’s beautiful.

 

“My grandmother said that when a woman felt sad the best thing she could do was to braid her hair; in this way the pain would get trapped between the hair and could not reach the rest of the body; you had to be careful not to let the sadness get into the eyes because that would make them rain, also it was not good to let it go into our mouths because that would make them say things that were not true, don’t let it get between your hands- she would say- because you could over roast the coffee or undercook the dough; and sadness likes a bitter taste. When you feel sad, girl, braid your hair; block the pain in the skein and let it escape when the north wind blows real hard. Our hair is a net that’s able to catch everything, it’s strong as the roots of the bald cypress and soft as the atole’s foam.

 

Don’t be unprepared if melancholy takes a grip of you, my child, even if you have your heart broken or your bones are cold due to some absence. Don’t let it getinto you with your hair down, because it will flow cascading through the channels that the moon has drawn between your body. Braid your sadness, she always said, braid your sadness…

 

And tomorrow when you wake up to the sparrow’s song, you will find it pale and faded in the loom of your hair.”

 

– Paola Klug

 

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Walking Project

 

Hey, are you feeling the heat?

Not just the heat waves (though there’s plenty of that too).

But tension…

 

STRESS.

 

Even depression.

It’s more common now than ever before, and for a lot of reasons (even besides the obvious).

The thing about stress, depression, or just plain “feeling bad” is that it takes EVERYTHING from you.

 

Health goes down…

motivation wipes out…

and charisma shrinks until you’re not so fun to be around.

 

That’s why if you want to have the best success in every area of your life…

 

…you’ll want to get happy right now.

 

The problem with trying to chase “good feelings” is this:

It almost always pushes you to “fake it til you make it” or do something to escape your life.

 

Put a plastic smile on your face all day… or go take a few shots of whiskey and watch Netflix.

 

Neither will work for most people.

What I want is for you to smile naturally BECAUSE you feel good.

And I want you to enjoy those shots of whiskey and TV if it’s in genuine celebration of a life you love.

That’s why I’m so psyched for something called the New Happiness Code.

It’s a way to “get happy” I’ve never seen before.

You don’t need willpower… or anything good in your life happening at all.

 

You don’t have to learn anything or do endless meditations or affirmations.

What do you get once you have this in your life?

 

Well, everything picks up automatically.

 

You get luckier…

people want to spend time with you…

…sickness and injuries just seem to go away on their own (this baffles doctors!).

 

And yes, you end up with a healthier bank account too.

Everything gets better when you change yourself on the inside.

 

— Spam

 

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Mannheim, April 2020

 

kam es meiner Großmutter bedauerlicherweise grausam vor, auf den belebenden Hauch des Seewindes wegen der durchsichtigen aber geschlossenen Fensterscheibe verzichten zu müssen, die uns wie das Glas vor einer Auslage vom Strande trennte, uns selbst von außen aber gänzlich sichtbar machte und den Himmel so vollkommen einließ, dass seine Azurtöne die Farbe der Fenster und seine weißen Wolken nur fehlerhafte Stellen im Glas zu sein schienen.

 

— Marcel Proust, Im Schatten Junger Mädchenblüe

 

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The ecological value of the term Nature is dangerously overrated, because Nature isn’t just a term – it’s something that happened to human-built space, demarcating human systems from Earth systems. Nature as such is a twelve-thousand-years old human product, geological as well as discursive. Its wavy elegance was eventually revealed as inherently contingent and violent, as when in a seizure one’s brain waves become smooth. Wash-rinse-repeat the agrilogistics and suddenly we reach a tipping point.

 

The Anthropocene doesn’t destroy Nature. The Anthropocene is Nature in its toxic nightmare form. Nature is the latent form of the Anthropocene waiting to emerge as a catastrophe.

 

–Timothy Morton, Dark Ecology

 

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Walking Project, Mannheim, October 2020

   

The catastrophe […] is neither waiting down the road, nor has it already happened. Rather, it is being lived through. There is no punctual moment of disaster; the world doesn’t end with a bang, it winks out, unravels, gradually falls apart. What caused the catastrophe to occur, who knows; its cause lies long in the past, so absolutely detached from the present as to seem like the caprice of a malign being: a negative miracle, a malediction which no penitence can ameliorate. Such a blight can only be eased by an intervention that can no more be anticipated than was the onset of the curse in the first place. Action is pointless; only senseless hope makes sense. Superstition and religion, the first resorts of the helpless, proliferate.

 

— Mark Fisher, Capitalist Realism

 

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In my house, I changed the time: Now the hours no longer add up to a whole day.

   

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X and Eye, Bochum, July 2020

   

Consistency is for pussies, who can’t deal with the complexity that life is. How can you expect consistency from a work of art, when all around you is this all-the-time-all-the-things-at-once?

 

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Natalya Kovalyova

 

IFBB Pro Bodybuilder from Russia. Instagram.

 

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NJ.com

 

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Kacy Catanzaro

 

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We tell ourselves stories in order to live. The princess is caged in the consulate. The man with the candy will lead the children into the sea. The naked woman on the ledge outside the sixteenth floor is a victim of accidie, or the naked woman is an exhibitionist, and it would be “interesting” to know which. We tell ourselves that it makes some difference wether the naked woman is about to commit a mortal sin or is about to register a political protest or is about to be, the Aristophanic view, snatched back to the human condition by a the fireman in priest’s clothing just visible in the window behind her, the one smiling at the telephoto lens. We look for the sermon in the suicide, for the social or the moral lesson in the murder of five. We interpret what we see, select the most workable of the multiple choices. We live entirely, especially if we are writers, by the imposition of a narrative line upon disparate images, by the “ideas” with which we have learned to freeze the shifting phantasmagoria which is our actual experience.

 

Or at least we do for a while.

 

— Joan Didion, The White Album

 

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Bei Leipzig, April 2018

   

De-numire data actiunii fulgerului asupra corpului omului sau ani-malelor si, prin extensie, ansamblului accidentelor provocate de electricitate. Se denumeste prin f. si modificarea pielii celor morti prin trasnet, constand In desene asemanatoare echiva-lentului luminos al descarcarii electrice.

 

Benannt das Datum der Blitzeinwirkung auf den Körper des Mannes oder des Mannes und damit die Gesamtheit der durch Elektrizität verursachten Unfälle. Man nennt es f. Und die Modifikation der Haut der Toten durch Spur, bestehend aus Zeichnungen ähnlich dem lichtemittierenden Licht der Entladung.

 

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Lindi Lee Nunziato

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The pornographic picture is the ideal expression of how the capitalistic gaze views the worrld: Nothing is ever enough, everything is only a hint on something else, a series of rreferences pointing towards an unknown forward, every pictures is only tthe promise of another picture.

 

In many ways, Photography is a naive art: The belief that there is actually a person there to portrait, the belief that the two dimension of the the plane we project our pictures upon can hold a world of multiple dimensions; the indexicality, that only leads us to belief in the thing itself, it is fraught with childlike conceptions.

     

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Sasha Banks

 

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