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Space (Not Time) :: PhotoMontages :: Summer 2014

“All of those things – rock and men and river – resisted change, resisted the coming as they did the going [...] The nature of things is resistance to change, while the nature of process is resistance to stasis, yet things and process are one, and the line from inorganic to organic and back is uninterrupted and unbroken.”
– William Least Heat-Moon



Ethnic Selfie

Lately I’ve been having a great interest in ethnic/tribal art, tattoo, jewelry and decoration. I think that all this artifacts are strongly connected with the lust after the essence of the beginnings and the longing for the lost Paradise. 392 more words


"Take down's" , departures and Onward movement.

‘Thus the traveler, arriving, sees two cities: one erect above the lake, and the other reflected, upside down. Nothing exists or happens in the one Valdrada that the other Valdrada does not repeat,because the city was so constructed that its every point would be reflected in its mirror. 275 more words

Conceptual Art

Dystopia at HMS: Interview with Clay Smith

Viewing images by photomontage artist Clay Smith in the exhibition Dystopia at Harrington Mill Studios, I am reminded of the constructedness of our present and that we do not necessarily live in the… 1,811 more words



Here is a number of collage pictures I worked on during 2012. They were created using magazine cuttings and subsequently affected with a graphics editing program. 35 more words




Break by Jacob Reux


GILBERT & GEORGE: SCAPEGOATING PICTURES │ The White Cube, London → 28 September 2014

“‘Man z līst hmslf ẇn h twcs in hiz ôn prsn. Gv hm a masc, n h wl tel y ɖ trūʈ’

Oscr Waild (1891) 490 more words