A life without Meaning


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Ett liv utan mening - A Life Without Meaning
A souce of inspiration and diary For my actual photography see : http://joannecoates.co.uk

1. I had to play with a fisheye camera for some workshops I’m doing

2. I’m moved with a friend in stokey for a month

3.Last ever smoke 

So I moved to brixton

So I moved to brixton

showstudio:

Daisies 

showstudio:

Daisies 

frangordon:

rebecca gouldson - Metal wall pieces made for Crafts Council ‘Collect’ 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery 2012. Etched gilding metal, copper and brass. Each 13cm diameter.

frangordon:

rebecca gouldson - Metal wall pieces made for Crafts Council ‘Collect’ 2012 at the Saatchi Gallery 2012. Etched gilding metal, copper and brass. Each 13cm diameter.

vuk vidor - art history

vuk vidor - art history

frangordon:

Elena Damiani - La Historia Se Descompone En Imágenes, No En Historias (History Decomposes Into Images, Not Into Narratives)
“The visual realm has seized new contexts, new materials, new techniques, has taken as its own the flexibility of time and the uncertainty of cognitive contexts. In this way, the conceptualization about the image is being drastically transformed. La Historia Se Descompone En Imágenes, No En Historias (History Decomposes Into Images, Not Into Narratives) by Elena Damiani is comprised of four basic elements that invite us on a journey to decipher the return to the universe of images which are made from documents and archives. Critical research regarding the conceptual significance of archives and the persistency with memory in a society fearful of forgetting, has funnelled Damiani’s work and research by transforming “found material” into collages and manipulated images. However, as opposed to historical (linear) memories (a key characteristic of most archives), the images in Damiani’s show disregard an order by insinuating possible mental relations…” – José-Carlos Mariátegui

frangordon:

Elena Damiani - La Historia Se Descompone En Imágenes, No En Historias (History Decomposes Into Images, Not Into Narratives)

“The visual realm has seized new contexts, new materials, new techniques, has taken as its own the flexibility of time and the uncertainty of cognitive contexts. In this way, the conceptualization about the image is being drastically transformed. La Historia Se Descompone En Imágenes, No En Historias (History Decomposes Into Images, Not Into Narratives) by Elena Damiani is comprised of four basic elements that invite us on a journey to decipher the return to the universe of images which are made from documents and archives. Critical research regarding the conceptual significance of archives and the persistency with memory in a society fearful of forgetting, has funnelled Damiani’s work and research by transforming “found material” into collages and manipulated images. However, as opposed to historical (linear) memories (a key characteristic of most archives), the images in Damiani’s show disregard an order by insinuating possible mental relations…” – José-Carlos Mariátegui