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explorer.

red-lipstick:

N05feratu aka Anwar Vasquez (Mexico) - 1: Cautivo, 2004   2: In Silence, 2002   3: Guilty, 2002   4: F1eld Of Dreams, 2003  5: Virus, 2003     Digital Arts

(Source: n05feratu.deviantart.com)

fyeahwomenartists:

Hilary Harnischfeger Untitled, 2007 Paper, plaster, ink, pyrite

fyeahwomenartists:

Hilary Harnischfeger
Untitled, 2007 
Paper, plaster, ink, pyrite

red-lipstick:

Antonio López García  (b. 1936, Tomelloso, Spain) - 1:  Interior Water, 1969  2: The Electric Light, 1970     Drawings: Pencil

(Source: timlowly.com)

To gain your own voice, you have to forget about having it heard.

Allen Ginsberg (via feellng)

(via fatherlucifer)

nycartscene:

Opens Thurs, Oct 16, 6-8p:“Qualia” Tiffany Bozic Joshua Liner Gallery, 540 W28th St, NYCBozic explores the notion of how we perceive information and experience the world around us. “I call this show Qualia,” says Bozic, “which refers to individual subjective properties of our own conscious experiences. The way you experience the color blue will be different from how another person experiences it. We will never know what it feels like for a fish to swim, or a bird to fly. It is impossible to know what subjective experiences another person or species is having. I find it fascinating that we co-exist on this planet with millions of other living beings, and that we understand little of how they see, feel, and experience the world in their own consciousness.” - thru Nov 15

nycartscene:

Opens Thurs, Oct 16, 6-8p:

Qualia
 Tiffany Bozic
 
Joshua Liner Gallery, 540 W28th St, NYC

Bozic explores the notion of how we perceive information and experience the world around us. “I call this show Qualia,” says Bozic, “which refers to individual subjective properties of our own conscious experiences. The way you experience the color blue will be different from how another person experiences it. We will never know what it feels like for a fish to swim, or a bird to fly. It is impossible to know what subjective experiences another person or species is having. I find it fascinating that we co-exist on this planet with millions of other living beings, and that we understand little of how they see, feel, and experience the world in their own consciousness.” - thru Nov 15