UNDER PRESSURE, OVER TIME
1. the process by which ordinary substances are transmuted into precious ones; how gemstones are created.

2. multiple exposures, prisms, quantum physics, 16mm, twigs, shakings, moans, deserts, caves, narratives, abandoned spaces, and gentle interruptions.

see, also: L.A. artist EMILIE SABATH
UNDER PRESSURE, OVER TIME
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"If I knew what the meanings of my books were, I wouldn’t have bothered to write them."
Margaret Drabble (via theparisreview)
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Nor Any Haunt of Mine by Emma Bennett 
oil on canvas, 2012
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"…and now you can’t separate me from the person you’ve imagined me to be. You call that, I suppose, being in love; as a matter of fact it’s being in delusion."
Virginia Woolf, from Night And Day  (via thatkindofwoman)
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pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
pikeys:

Evelyn Benicova - Ecce Homo 
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"If she doesn’t scare the hell out of you a little, she’s not the one."
(via femmeinnest)
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"What I’m about is playing the audience. I feel like I’m an orchestra conductor and the audience’s reactions are my orchestra. The sounds [they] make are my instruments, and [their] feelings are my instruments."
Quentin Tarantino (BAFTA interview)
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Hanna Putz.
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Elizabeth Berg, The Year of Pleasures