angel A 12 (by philippe conquet)
Reblogged from The Antidote.
I wonder if boys realize they sound exactly like those annoying nit-picky people on House Hunters when they talk about the type of girl they want.
Rrrick you don’t have to be on anon! Christ has risen! Its 2014! We can be public with our love.
[M]y first interest in images probably had something to do with what clouds of words could rise out of them…
I think there is a kind of shift between what is now memory and what was once conjecture and prophecy…
- Hollis Frampton, on his incredible short film (nostalgia)
An hour ago I made a post on my personal blog.
I rambled about how who we are now — in the present and future — creates who we were in the past.
The more we manifest qualities we prefer, learn crafts and kindnesses, harbor solid identities,
the more we realize who we were.
How each maturity is an authentication of who we have been.
It’s just a meandering theory, but it has special application to making art.
After I posted, I picked up a book. Below is an excerpt:
However, time does not form a unified whole moving in one direction…
Analogue is inherently anachronistic, resulting in the non-linear conjunction of different times.
- Michael Newman, Analogue, Chance & Memory
by Veronica lbarra
“I am working on my next screenplay and I suffer from strained eyes if I stare at the screen for too long. Therefore I decided to get my beautifully nostalgic typewriter out and to write more often longhand. Blog “