raya y punto
Architecture, photography & design
D I E G O I G L E S I A S G O M E Z
raya y punto
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xena2:

Pablo Picasso
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moma:

Gustav Klimt, born today in 1862, is primarily known for his paintings of figures, but he also painted landscapes throughout his career. 

[Gustav Klimt. The Park. 1910 or earlier.]
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razorshapes:

Elisabeth Sunday
razorshapes:

Elisabeth Sunday
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whiteperiphery:

The Presence of Absence, 2014Vinyl tape and dried flower.
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archidose:

ligeti’s’ room
amid.cero9
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WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
WILDER MANN by Charles Fréger
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miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
miamou:

Since I felt quite intrigued by Mr. Meneguzzo’s project, I stuck my nose into his site and tried to find all his gorgeous Hindu cows.
Thank you





berndwuersching and mu-is-coming for pushing me in that direction
Mia
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youhavebeerinyourbeard:

Perfection
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viviendacolectiva-upct:

DILLER & SCOFIDIO: Increasing disorder in a dining table
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free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.
free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.
free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.
free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.
free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.
free-parking:

Casilda Sanchez — As Inside as the Eye can See, video, 2009

The video installation presents two eyes trying to see each other as close as they can. The avidity of “seeing” the “other”, of entering in his/her space and trying to understand, or even share, the other person’s intimacy through the gaze turns out to be an effort in vain because without distance we cannot see. We find ourselves in a paradox: so close but unable to see more than a blurred image. The gaze becomes now more of an haptic sense, perceiving the other not through the sight but through the rubbing between the eyelashes. The resulting image embodies a physical eye that beats, touches and relates intimately.