“The universe was once conceived as the passive stage upon which the dramatic conflict of human wills was enacted and resolved. Today man has discovered that that which seemed simple and stable is, instead, complex and volatile; his own inventions have put into motion new forces, toward which he has yet to invent a new relationship. Unlike Ulysses, he can no longer travel over a universe stable in space and time to find adventures; nor can he solve intimate antagonisms with an adversary sportingly suitable in stature. Rather, each individual is the center of a personal vortex; and the aggressive variety and enormity of the adventures which swirl about and confront him are unified only by his personal identity…. The integrity of the individual identity is counterpointed to the volatile character of a relativistic universe.”
― Maya Deren, The Legend Of Maya Deren: A Documentary Biography And Collected Works
happy birthday wise man! #edwardgorey
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Vogue Paris latest issue is featuring a flawless Karlie Kloss in ‘Affrachie’ styled by editor in chief Emmanuelle Alt.
Absolutely my favorite show of this season so far.
Marc Jacobs Fall 2014 RTW
From beginning to end, it was all neutrals and soft pastels. Partly for that reason, it didn’t bowl you over in that hyperkinetic way some MJ collections do. Instead, it worked a subtler kind of magic, almost a narcotic pull. The soundtrack certainly tunneled its way into your consciousness. It was Jessica Lange performing a spoken-word version of “Happy Days Are Here Again,” the Depression-era song that Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland famously reprised in the sixties. You couldn’t quite tell if Lange was trying to convince herself or the audience. Either way, by the end Jacobs had made us believers.
“Be back in no time.” — Last words of William S. Burroughs
“I swear to you gentlemen, that to be overly conscious is a sickness, a real, thorough sickness.”
― Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Notes from Underground
Ready to Share Lovers⚪️ Thanks everyone who was a part of it. ZEnderoglu | www.zenderoglu.com ⌖ archive.zenderoglu.com | #nicholasjaar #photobook #photography | “For the woman who stands alone.” __Yohji Yamamoto stating who his clothes are for after his show in Paris, 1981
You are enough.You are so enough, it is unbelievable how enough you are.
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Istanbul ’ 1965 | photo-credit: unknown