February 11, 2013

“We might ask, as Levinas surely has, what kind of gift this is that returns to me so quickly, that never really leaves my hands.”

- Judith Butler, Giving an Account of Oneself

August 4, 2012

via The Selby

July 29, 2012

Unnecessary Mountain

July 28, 2012

“It’s a strange business, speaking for yourself, in your own name, because it doesn’t at all come with seeing yourself as an ego or a person or a subject. Individuals find a real name for themselves, rather, only through the harshest exercise in depersonalization, by opening themselves up to the multiplicities everywhere within them, to the intensities running through them. . . . One becomes a set of liberated singularities, words, names, fingernails, things, animals, little events: quite the reverse of a celebrity.”

- Deleuze, Negotiations 1972-1990

July 26, 2012

Study for The Bridge in-curve, 1930 – Grace Cossington Smith

July 26, 2012

“But don’t despair
There are designs that seem like chaos
only because you’re too close.”

- from Tangle, Dean Young

July 26, 2012

“These little anarchies of flesh and object.”

- Winter Song, Carolyn Kizer


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