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March 2- Welcome March!

Welcome dear March!

You arrived with sun, rain, and wind, we didn’t know in what rhythm to dance today in Paris; but this is spring, and this is also how love makes you feel I guess :-) 124 more words

Relationships

Georges Bataille, "Theory of Religion"

“To sacrifice is not to kill but to relinquish and to give. Killing is only the exhibition of a deep meaning. What is important is to pass from a lasting order, in which all consumption of resources in subordinated to the need for duration, to the violence of an unconditional consumption; what is important is to leave a world of real things, whose reality derives from a long-term operation and never resides in the moment— a world that creates and preserves (that creates for the benefit of a lasting reality). 25 more words

Literature

Michelle Deignan: Her Fanciful Digression

Published in Photomonitor 14 October 2013.

Michelle Deignan, ‘Her Fanciful Digression’, 2012, single channel HD video, 10 mins 40 secs, Edition of 5, Still Image, Courtesy the artist and Maria Stenfors.  799 more words

Review

Be-ing & be-coming

Nouns & verbs articulate two different aspects of the same nondual experience—space & time respectively.  At most, we can only understand both be-ing & be-coming nominally, within a wholly relational, inter-dependent, & non-hierarchical context: without be-coming, we cannot point to be-ing, & vice versa. 109 more words

E-prime

A Flag For the Unspoken: Nathalie Bikoro at the Pitt Rivers Museum

Photo: Jonathan Eccles, Pitt Rivers Museum

Text written for Numéro Cinq edited by Douglas Glover (published 9 January 2015).

Nathalie Anguezomo Mba Bikoro chooses a place in… 1,585 more words

Affect

Critical Temporality

for THE BLOG – 10.2.15

Before I even start writing this, I know I’m not going to recall everything to fit it all into one post… 746 more words

Andrew Latimer

before the dawn

before the dawn

even enters anyone’s mind

the stillness in the air

makes me tiptoe room to room

so not to disturb the silence

this early… 19 more words

Poetry