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@Sara Devine posted this, saying: "I have a complicated mixture of feelings about that guy, but I’ll always be indebted to him for this"

@Sara Devine posted this, saying: "I have a complicated mixture of feelings about that guy, but I’ll always be indebted to him for this"

deepest hole in the world - awesome places MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY

Mir Mine di Rusia

deepest hole in the world - awesome places MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY

♂ black & white 90 degree klaus rinke - “Time-Space-Body and Action” Gallery L’Attico in Rome 1972

♂ black & white 90 degree klaus rinke - “Time-Space-Body and Action” Gallery L’Attico in Rome 1972

"Field of Light" displayed at the Eden Project in Cornwall and two other locations by British lighting designer/artist Bruce Munro.

"Field of Light" displayed at the Eden Project in Cornwall and two other locations by British lighting designer/artist Bruce Munro.

Wilfred Patrick Thesiger (Addis Abeba, 3 giugno 1910 – Londra, 24 agosto 2003): View of men in boats, spear fishing on Umm al Abid. Each of the boats has one man standing in the bow holding a long five-pronged spear, while another man sits, paddling. Iraq 1958. © Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

Wilfred Patrick Thesiger (Addis Abeba, 3 giugno 1910 – Londra, 24 agosto 2003): View of men in boats, spear fishing on Umm al Abid. Each of the boats has one man standing in the bow holding a long five-pronged spear, while another man sits, paddling. Iraq 1958. © Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

Vito Acconci  Following Piece 1969 ‘Following Piece’ documents a performance, in the course of the action, the artist followed different people in the street. The action stopped suddenly, each time the person entered a private space. With this simple gesture, acconci transcends the relativity of the learned rules and behaviors concerning the distinction between private and public.

Vito Acconci

Vito Acconci Following Piece 1969 ‘Following Piece’ documents a performance, in the course of the action, the artist followed different people in the street. The action stopped suddenly, each time the person entered a private space. With this simple gesture, acconci transcends the relativity of the learned rules and behaviors concerning the distinction between private and public.

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