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Ken Unsworth, Five secular settings for sculpture as ritual and burial piece, 1975

'In the final 'burial piece' Unsworth's body, standing inside a glass box, was slowly covered with sand while his heartbeat was monitored and amplified. The audience listened while he was fully covered, until the dramatic conclusion when an assistant smashed the glass box with a sledge-hammer and the sand poured out onto the ground. Unlike his other settings, this was not so much a formal sculptural pose but an action sequence and one that was set up to be theatrical in its effect.

Sigourney Weaver in her high school yearbook

Sigourney Weaver in her high school yearbook

We, Linda Montano and Teheching Hsieh, plan to do a one year performance.
We will stay together for one year and never be alone. We will be in the same room at the same time, when we are inside. We will be tied together at waist with an 8 ft rope. We will never touch each other during the year.
The performance will begin on July 4, 1983 at 6 P.M. and continue until July 4, 1984 at 6 P.M.

We, Linda Montano and Teheching Hsieh, plan to do a one year performance.

We will stay together for one year and never be alone.
We will be in the same room at the same time, when we are inside.
We will be tied together at waist with an 8 ft rope.
We will never touch each other during the year.

The performance will begin on July 4, 1983 at 6 P.M. and continue until July 4, 1984 at 6 P.M.

mollysoda:

i got pied in the face last night

which then inspired me to watch a bunch of fetish videos of girls getting pied

which in turn inspired me to make some .gifs to put in a new hive

click here for “lil cutie pie”

Mariel Hemingway, 1992

Mariel Hemingway, 1992

Privilege (stills), dir. Yvonne Rainer, 1990

Cape Cod, Massachusetts
On July 9, 1975, conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Massachusetts in the Ocean Wave — a single occupancy sailing vessel — toward his birthplace in Holland, as part of a durational performance entitled “In Search of the Miraculous.” Remnants of the Ocean Wave were recovered off the shore of Ireland, but the artist was never found.

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

On July 9, 1975, conceptual artist Bas Jan Ader set sail from Massachusetts in the Ocean Wave — a single occupancy sailing vessel — toward his birthplace in Holland, as part of a durational performance entitled “In Search of the Miraculous.” Remnants of the Ocean Wave were recovered off the shore of Ireland, but the artist was never found.

How many likes does it take til you get to the center of the
(9,000th — from blood-head, naturally.)

How many likes does it take til you get to the center of the

(9,000th — from blood-head, naturally.)

“Insects sting, not from malice, but because they want to live. It is the same with critics – they desire our blood, not our pain.”

—catch me quoting Nietzsche

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