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yumulron:

i was gonna go to collins for dinner but they’re serving israeli food. the fuck y’all gotta do this to me

israeli food isnt even real because israel doesnt exist

that shits like greek or syrian food.


"Men and women are puzzled by everything I do
Doctors use different terminologies to describe me
I just wonder
The thoughts are bigger than I can express
Every move that I make shows how trapped I feel
Under the continuous flow of happenings
The effect of a cause becomes the cause of another effect
And I wonder
I think about the times when I change the environment around me
With the help of my imagination
I can go places that do not exist
And they are like beautiful dreams.
But it is a world full of improbabilities
Racing toward uncertainty" 

Tito Mukhopadhyay (via dreacrespo)

The complexity of perceptual experience constantly interrupts the meaning-making processes by which medicine renders the body legible.  The inability of science to produce a totalizing etiology to understand Tito’s condition iatrogenically produces this illegibility.  Bodily capacity eschews language’s capacity to capture his perceptual difference.  Alterity traps the not-yet-subject, confining the non-subject to the realm of the contingent, inagential cause and effect—and yet the vitality of the narrator’s phenomenology, which he renders in the poem, radicalizes the affectual capacity of the body, the ability for it to transformatively imagine potentialities (what Deleuze might refer to as the virtual) beyond the normative body and re-imagine what is possible.  Such imaginations undo the hegemonic medical norms which hold the body within a particular contingency of cause and effect, rupturing the epistemological totalities which enable subjects to feel certain of what is or what can.  Tito’s poetics draw a line of flight, an operator which overwhelms the real and gestures toward the realm of the not-yet-possible, the virtual.  The poetics of experience remakes the world on creative new trajectories, which might disrupt or transform but ultimately still act within dominant formations, which might operationalize such difference to achieve their own ends.



had another drem about my ex so obsessed with my breakup idk what to do lol


yumulron:

how i study for spanish (2014)

yumulron:

how i study for spanish (2014)


(Source: mathewparkin, via vvissionnairre)


musicyoushouldlisten:

Language Games
Deafheaven
Roads To Judah (2011)

my ex and i would listen to deafheaven while we fucked isnt that so wild im glad we broke up

(via sewerdad)


harinef:

k1mkardashian:

bodyfluids:

Shoes @ Marni S/S 2015

bruh

footgasm 

i’ve got needs and a platform is one of ‘em!

kadosh kadosh kadosh
adonai tz’vaot m’lo khol ha’aretz k’vodo 

(Source: reiterblaue)


womans-day:

Drawn by me at age 8 or 9. 
Part of the genesis of womans-day and Model Behavior Magazine. 

womans-day:

Drawn by me at age 8 or 9. 

Part of the genesis of womans-day and Model Behavior Magazine


"We are living in a material world, and I am a material girl." 

Judith Butler, from the introduction to Bodies that Matter



Jane Bennett, Karen Barad, Samantha Frost, Stacy Alaimo, Donna Haraway, Jasbir Puar, Diana Coole, Erin Maning, Madonna


(Source: 0a9)


pubertad:

Isa Genzken, Fassade II (Duchamp), 2010

pubertad:

Isa Genzken, Fassade II (Duchamp)2010

(via plotsummary)


plotsummary:

Alvaro Siza

plotsummary:

Alvaro Siza


contemporaryartdaily:

Cildo Meireles at Luisa Strina

contemporaryartdaily:

Cildo Meireles at Luisa Strina


asset-valuation:

Gerry Bibby



via Contemporary Art Daily:

asset-valuation:

Gerry Bibby

via Contemporary Art Daily:

(via brushscript)



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