Hip Priest

Id've been Raskolnikov but mother nature ripped me off


Andrei Tarkovsky
Nostalghia, 1983
noceans:

Nam June Paik, Performing La Monte Young’s “Composition 1960 No. 10” to Bob Morris (Zen for Head), (1962)

Presented during the Fluxus International Festival of New Music, this performance was Paik’s interpretation of La Monte Young’s Composition 1960 No.10 dedicated to artist Robert Morris who was quoted saying, “Draw a Straight Line and Follow it”. Paik’s performance consisted of him dipping his head, hands and tie in a bowl of ink and tomato juice and drawing a line by dragging his head along a narrow piece of paper laid out on the floor. Fluxus was concerned with carrying out deceptively simple actions in order to concentrate on the subtlety of a gesture, bringing about a fusion of art with life. In Zen for Head, Paik parodies the notion of meditative art-making by physically enacting a painting gesture using the body as a tool rather than the repository of mental or spiritual processes. The head, the source of creative thinking, becomes the mark maker, actively engaged in the process of material and action.
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1980snewwave:

Brian Eno - Backwater

serenmetcalfe:

I knew a guy who was dyslexic, but he was also cross-eyed, so everything came out right. - Gummo 1997
dead-letter-words:

Post apocalyptic pop
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(Source: wood-pulp)

hamletgotagun:

dead kennedys, in god we trust inc.
historicaltimes:

Fyodor Dostoevsky in prison - 1874
lugosi-insane:


"Corn Flakes Series” by Bobby Grossman, feat: Debbie Harry, David Johansen, David Byrne, Andy Warhol.
"Modern mass culture, aimed at the ‘consumer’, the civilisation of prosthetics, is crippling people’s souls, setting up barriers between man and the crucial questions of his existence, his consciousness of himself as a spiritual being."

nickdrake:

Orson Welles by Louise Dahl-Wolfe