marcel duchamp, collage on plywood (study for backdrop, étant donnés), 1959. gelatin silver photographs with paint, graphite, crayon, ballpoint-pen ink, 26 3/8 x 39 1/8 in. pma. gift of mme marcel duchamp © 2009 artists rights society (ars), new york/adagp, paris/estate of marcel duchamp.
keep your chemicals loose
- the philosophy of juliet small ernst
a person can cry or laugh. always when you’re crying you could be laughing, you have the choice. crazy people know how to do this best because their minds are loose. so you can take the flexibility your mind is capable of and make it work for you. you decide what you want to do and how you want to spend your time. remember, though, that i think i’m missing some chemicals, so it’s easier for me than for a person who has a lot of responsibility chemicals, but the same principle could still be applied in a lot of instances.
- the philosophy of andy warhol
touch touch publishing - KCHUNG Radio - Episode 27 - M is for May
touch touch publishing on KCHUNG Radio - Episode 27 - M is for May
something magical happens
atar arad plays johann sebastian bach’s (zoltán kodály’s viola transcription) beautiful chromatic fantasia & fugue in d minor, bwv 903.