Charles Bukowski - Notes of a dirty old man
Salvador Dali (1954) by Philippe Halsman
Allen Ginsberg (via space-doodoopistolz)
a shadow too heavy to drag behind me
a drawing made by erasing, in which the debris left behind constitutes the finished work
42 hour durational drawing performance
completed in 7, 6 hour shifts over the course of 1 week—
documentation images above were taken at the end of each shift and are presented in reverse chronological order.
- powdered graphite is buffed and burnished on a 7’ x 8’ section of wall over the course of 6 hours
- each subsequent 6 hour session is spent methodically removing the burnished graphite from the wall surface using white plastic erasers
- at the end of each 6 hour session a documentation image is taken
- all eraser shavings are preserved, as they are the drawing
- the shavings are a physical quantification of time—
each shard is embedded with the graphite that was once on the wall
and the physical exertion required to remove it
Edvard Munch - ”Autoportrait à la bouteille de vin”
Daniel Gustav Cramer.
Franz Kafka, Investigations of a Dog (via kafkaesque-world)
Cicada, Stages of Conventionalization
Hugo Froelich, Keramic Studio Magazine, 1905
March of Time Comittee - Papillon, 1940
Sabine WEISS - Alberto Giacometti, ca. 1954
Claude Rutault, 2010.
Sol Lewitt, Sentences on Conceptual Art, #32. (via douchamp)