absurdnoise:

absurdnoise:

I’m sure it’s just a little indigestion, ignore it and it will probably go away. On the other hand if it starts talking and demanding human flesh, I’d seriously start to consider and antacid or an exorcism, either way.

Absurdnoise relapse

absurdnoise:

absurdnoise:

I’m sure it’s just a little indigestion, ignore it and it will probably go away. On the other hand if it starts talking and demanding human flesh, I’d seriously start to consider and antacid or an exorcism, either way.

Absurdnoise relapse

"…I never would write unless I had a deadline. I would, in general, start like at, you know, 11 p.m. or 12 a.m., and I would finish at like 9 a.m. or 10 a.m. This is the thing: being young doesn’t just mean you look better. You actually are better, physically. You are faster. You think faster. You can concentrate better. I’m certain that I couldn’t do that now. I also don’t think I take things as seriously as I did then. Now I don’t feel any pressure to write. I could if there was a Nazi with a gun at my head. I think writing for me has always been a matter of fear. Writing is fear and not writing is fear. I am afraid of writing and then I’m afraid of not writing."  - Fran Lebowitz (interview)

icpbardmfa:

“Can an artistic intervention truly bring about an unforeseen way of thinking? Can an absurd act provoke a transgression that makes you abandon the standard assumptions on the sources of conflict? Can those kinds of artistic acts bring about the possibility of change?”
- Francis Alÿs

icpbardmfa:

“Can an artistic intervention truly bring about an unforeseen way of thinking? Can an absurd act provoke a transgression that makes you abandon the standard assumptions on the sources of conflict? Can those kinds of artistic acts bring about the possibility of change?”

- Francis Alÿs