zebra finch



Fragment, Indian, 18th-19 th century, silk
Bas Jan Ader
UNTITLED (THE ELEMENTS), 1971/2003 

Bas Jan Ader

UNTITLED (THE ELEMENTS), 1971/2003 

I see my mother turn into my grandmother, and myself into her.

Bambous au Jardin d’EauLe jardin de Claude Monet à Giverny
Takeshi Miyamoto

Bambous au Jardin d’Eau
Le jardin de Claude Monet à Giverny

Takeshi Miyamoto

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Franz Kafka interviewing Gregor Samsa and Friend, 1915.

Franz Kafka interviewing Gregor Samsa and Friend, 1915.

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remembrane:

Crocheting in circles and around some rope is not an easy thing.

(I am trying to make a little basket for the zebra finches to sleep in.)

Bas Jan Ader
All my clothes, 1970
Gelatin silver print, 28 x 35.5 cm
'All My Clothes' recalls an affecting biographical moment: the frantic actions of the artist’s own mother when given 15 minutes to prepare for detainment by the German Army during WWII resulted in her flinging her clothes out of the windows.

Bas Jan Ader

All my clothes, 1970

Gelatin silver print, 28 x 35.5 cm

'All My Clothes' recalls an affecting biographical moment: the frantic actions of the artist’s own mother when given 15 minutes to prepare for detainment by the German Army during WWII resulted in her flinging her clothes out of the windows.

Apple Trees in Blossom by the Water, Claude Oscar Monet
1880

Apple Trees in Blossom by the Water, Claude Oscar Monet

1880

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Spent the entire day gardening and moving this hydrangea to a less sun-soaked spot.

I’ve planted:

  • Six little strawberry plants
  • Lemon verbena
  • Some leftover mint
  • Three types of sunflower seeds
  • Sage

(Also, after maybe three or four years I found my favourite dress from when I was 15 in the back of my closet. It is all washed out and much too big now, but it was nice to wear again.)

My love and I looked at paintings of Dalí all evening.

Karel Miler - Measuring, 1974

Karel Miler - Measuring, 1974

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Lit from underneath

(54 plays)
Michael Borremans, 2001