I’d wager that at the profound center of all things, you’d find the exterior that encompasses everything.

The most important thing I learned on Tralfamadore was that when a person dies he only appears to die. He is still very much alive in the past, so it is very silly for people to cry at his funeral. All moments, past, present and future, always have existed, always will exist. The Tralfamadorians can look at all the different moments just that way we can look at a stretch of the Rocky Mountains, for instance. They can see how permanent all the moments are, and they can look at any moment that interests them. It is just an illusion we have here on Earth that one moment follows another one, like beads on a string, and that once a moment is gone it is gone forever.


When a Tralfamadorian sees a corpse, all he thinks is that the dead person is in bad condition in the particular moment, but that the same person is just fine in plenty of other moments. Now, when I myself hear that somebody is dead, I simply shrug and say what the Tralfamadorians say about dead people, which is ‘So it goes.’

— Kurt Vonnegut (via hammerito) (via fuckyeahkurtvonnegut)

cannonballt1tcomb:

a marine was in a college class taught by a liberal gay demon professor. one day the professor said “if god is real, he will suck my dick” after ten minutes of silence the tough marine got up from his seat and sucked the liberal aclu professor’s dick. the professor came. “what did you do that for?” the marine answered “god was busy building ford trucks shirtless so he sent me to suck dick”

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prostheticknowledge:

Animatronic Installation
A bizarre unnamed art installation piece which features a masked female dancer, put together for an exhibition by Jordan Wolfson at the David Zwirner Gallery, New York.
Created with Hollywood special effects company Spectral Moments, the dancer has facial recognition tech so viewers who approach it will be seen back, and convincingly lip-syncs to speech played in the background - video embedded below:


Presented here for the first time, Wolfson’s animatronic sculpture combines film, installation, and performance in the figure of a curvaceous, scantily clad woman covered in dirt marks and wearing a witch mask. Unlike the artist’s two-dimensional subjects, this life-size character was developed in close collaboration with a special effects studio in California used by major Hollywood productions. The woman can be encountered on a one-on-one basis in a mirrored room in the gallery, creating a different kind of viewing experience that intensifies the importance of the gaze found throughout Wolfson’s work.

The exhibition runs until the 19th of April - you can find out more here
prostheticknowledge:

Animatronic Installation
A bizarre unnamed art installation piece which features a masked female dancer, put together for an exhibition by Jordan Wolfson at the David Zwirner Gallery, New York.
Created with Hollywood special effects company Spectral Moments, the dancer has facial recognition tech so viewers who approach it will be seen back, and convincingly lip-syncs to speech played in the background - video embedded below:


Presented here for the first time, Wolfson’s animatronic sculpture combines film, installation, and performance in the figure of a curvaceous, scantily clad woman covered in dirt marks and wearing a witch mask. Unlike the artist’s two-dimensional subjects, this life-size character was developed in close collaboration with a special effects studio in California used by major Hollywood productions. The woman can be encountered on a one-on-one basis in a mirrored room in the gallery, creating a different kind of viewing experience that intensifies the importance of the gaze found throughout Wolfson’s work.

The exhibition runs until the 19th of April - you can find out more here

prostheticknowledge:

Animatronic Installation

A bizarre unnamed art installation piece which features a masked female dancer, put together for an exhibition by Jordan Wolfson at the David Zwirner Gallery, New York.

Created with Hollywood special effects company Spectral Moments, the dancer has facial recognition tech so viewers who approach it will be seen back, and convincingly lip-syncs to speech played in the background - video embedded below:

Presented here for the first time, Wolfson’s animatronic sculpture combines film, installation, and performance in the figure of a curvaceous, scantily clad woman covered in dirt marks and wearing a witch mask. Unlike the artist’s two-dimensional subjects, this life-size character was developed in close collaboration with a special effects studio in California used by major Hollywood productions. The woman can be encountered on a one-on-one basis in a mirrored room in the gallery, creating a different kind of viewing experience that intensifies the importance of the gaze found throughout Wolfson’s work.

The exhibition runs until the 19th of April - you can find out more here

(via iamthebunny)

IF TAXPAYERS WON’T FUND MY CYBERNETIC WOLF CROTCH THEN AMERICA WILL COLLAPSE, BUT IF TAXPAYERS FUND MY CYBERNETIC WOLF CROTCH I WILL DESTROY AMERICA; THIS IS THE CATCH-22 OF LATE CAPITALISM

(via 3liza)

Art Post #42, ink and copic markers on paper.

He wears the skin of other men.

With a wink and a whisper,

He knows where they’ve been.

He plucks from them their devious eyes,

Boils and souffles them,

Bakes them in pies..

Art Post #41, ink and copic marker on paper.

Seriously, go fuck yourself.

iamthebunny:

ALWAYS REBLOG THIS

Important

iamthebunny:

ALWAYS REBLOG THIS

Important

Art Post #40. Black Hawk State Park, ink and brush pen.