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Imagery produced or enjoyed by one (1) Gregg Evans, photographer, Brooklyn, NY. http://greggevans.net

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sammyharkham:

A comic about Transient Global Amnesia for The New York Times. 

sammyharkham:

A comic about Transient Global Amnesia for The New York Times. 

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Summering in Northern Brooklyn, 2014.


Helmut Lang and Jenny Holzer, I Smell You On My Clothes, 1997

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Two working versions of one piece.  2014.

ejhill:

David Bell and EJ Hill: O Captor, My Captor
Grace Exhibition SpaceBrooklyn, NYMay 30, 20149:30pm
Darkness, but not for everyone, two figures, sit opposite one another, blind to the room, in search of contact, everyone looking, except one. Except one. The tie that binds has been severed and fused again. The umbilical cord is quite intact but only temporarily. When outsiders come to rescue one, he will fight them off to defend the other. Because all contact is contact. And after all, what they share together, only they know. Only they can touch it. Only they can feel it. And as the reins fall untethered, the Captive then says to the Captor, “Thank you.”
Inspired by the psychology of Stockholm Syndrome, tenets of Attachment Theory, and the “clinch” embrace between two boxers in a ring, David Bell and EJ Hill will engage ideas of dependency, support, and other complexities of human relationships.

EJ is amazing and you should go to this because it sounds really interesting.  I will be there too.

ejhill:

David Bell and EJ Hill: O Captor, My Captor

Grace Exhibition Space
Brooklyn, NY
May 30, 2014
9:30pm

Darkness, but not for everyone, two figures, sit opposite one another, blind to the room, in search of contact, everyone looking, except one. Except one. The tie that binds has been severed and fused again. The umbilical cord is quite intact but only temporarily. When outsiders come to rescue one, he will fight them off to defend the other. Because all contact is contact. And after all, what they share together, only they know. Only they can touch it. Only they can feel it. And as the reins fall untethered, the Captive then says to the Captor, “Thank you.”

Inspired by the psychology of Stockholm Syndrome, tenets of Attachment Theory, and the “clinch” embrace between two boxers in a ring, David Bell and EJ Hill will engage ideas of dependency, support, and other complexities of human relationships.

EJ is amazing and you should go to this because it sounds really interesting.  I will be there too.


Pink Balcony, The Great Divide, Weirdo Ice Cream Truck.


filterphoto:

All images from the series Flamboya by Viviane Sassen

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