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aestheticgoddess:

geode
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arabellesicardi:

i very much identify as feminist but i don’t entirely identify as a woman and the art relationship between feminist politics and womanhood is really (literally) depressing to me. i mean. maybe i’m just really bored of it. bored of bad art. i am definitely bored of bad art. besides that, maybe just bored of self sacrifice. who am i dying for? who are you dying for? why so much art about the death rattle? i keep getting invites to art collectives based on gender  (for women) and death but neither of these things interest me too much, these ghosts. i like examining terror, but not Because Patriarchy. i already know what It has done. i just want otherwise. 

once again, i am an endless shrug of a person. not really into gender allegiance in my art, though i don’t work with cis dudes, i’m not into being considered a writer or artist for Women only. i am not a girl. i am not a woman. not yet. not now. 

onwards and otherwise 

yes!

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ericsgotlegs:

Ryan Tippery | IN/FLUX (by Ryan Tippery)
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ericsgotlegs:

Ryan Tippery | IN/FLUX (by Ryan Tippery)

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lehroi:

Acacia Johnson

'Aialik', 2014.

In her series ‘Aialik’, Acacia Johnson explores northern environments, wilderness, and the human relationship to nature. The images present a mysterious, ethereal world of water and mist inhabited solely by women.
Photographed throughout the course of a summer in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park, Aialik captures the dreamlike quality that Acacia Johnson finds so prevalent in northern places.

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nevver:

Land of the Rising Sun
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snowce:

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights (left panel, detail), c.1490-1510
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snowce:

Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights (left panel, detail), c.1490-1510

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