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Claire Fontaine Capitalism Kills Love (2009)

Claire Fontaine Capitalism Kills Love (2009)

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The Haas Brothers

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Dietrich Wegner

Playhouse II. Poly-fil, steel, rope and wood.

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Ana Teresa Barboza Gubo: More Embroidery Work

By the use of embroidery and knitting in her work Ana Teresa Barboza yearns to create a parallel between the process of manual crafts and creating and natures process. She contrasts the two, by creating structure with yarn which resemble the threads of a plant and similar structures. The knitting in her work brings her closer to nature and by taking us by the hand and showing us her world, she provides us the chance to see structures from a different point of view. Barboza’s artistic proposal consists of intervening the natural weaves, transforming it while respecting its natural course, and bringing the value of manual craft back to life.

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Underwater World / Fiber Art installation by Sayuri

Underwater World / Fiber Art installation by Sayuri

i-wontdance
"Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts. For it is no mere translation or abstraction of life. It is life itself."
-Henry Havelock Ellis
www.iwontdance.com

"Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts. For it is no mere translation or abstraction of life. It is life itself."

-Henry Havelock Ellis

www.iwontdance.com

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slowartday:

Patakk

slowartday:

Patakk

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»> i still can’t get over this viralness! now 121,151 notes of me ‘crying in the corn' »> i am a performance artist from montreal canada http://www.coralshort.com/ »> shot taken by my sister amber short »>

i wanted to find a picture of someone crying in the corner but i hit enter too fast and googled “crying in the corn” instead and this showed up

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