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Magritte - The Human Condition

Magritte - The Human Condition

1x.com is the world's biggest curated photo gallery online. Each photo is selected by professional curators. ‘’I can’t find myself’’ by Lucynda Lu

1x.com is the world's biggest curated photo gallery online. Each photo is selected by professional curators. ‘’I can’t find myself’’ by Lucynda Lu

Ana Teresa Barboza; Barboza uses a combination of embroidery and photography to create sensitive compositions to reveal messages. She embroiders elegant floral designs on carefully selected photographs arranged to convey a relationship between the two subjects. The bare skinned models have carefully stitched arrangements which appear that the models is stitching into there skin or tearing it apart to reveal a complex embroidered design of the anatomy.

Ana Teresa Barboza; Barboza uses a combination of embroidery and photography to create sensitive compositions to reveal messages. She embroiders elegant floral designs on carefully selected photographs arranged to convey a relationship between the two subjects. The bare skinned models have carefully stitched arrangements which appear that the models is stitching into there skin or tearing it apart to reveal a complex embroidered design of the anatomy.

René Magritte, The Human Condition (1933). Image: WikiArt. Confusion of interior and exterior shows that although we see the world as being outside ourselves...it is only a mental representation of it that we experience inside ourselves.

René Magritte, The Human Condition (1933). Image: WikiArt. Confusion of interior and exterior shows that although we see the world as being outside ourselves...it is only a mental representation of it that we experience inside ourselves.

The embroidered 'Cell Series' by Laura Katherine McMillan are Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes. She says; 'I began this series of embroideries as a way to fuse my background studies in a...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

The embroidered 'Cell Series' by Laura Katherine McMillan are Machine and Hand Embroidery in Petri Dishes. She says; 'I began this series of embroideries as a way to fuse my background studies in a... More

http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/14-habits-highly-miserable-people 14 HABITS OF HIGHLY MISERABLE PEOPLE.

http://www.alternet.org/personal-health/14-habits-highly-miserable-people 14 HABITS OF HIGHLY MISERABLE PEOPLE.

Theatre has the power to move, inspire, transform and educate in ways that no other art form can. Theatre reflects both the extraordinary diversity of cultures and our shared human condition, in all its vulnerability and strength.    Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO  on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of World Theatre Day

Theatre has the power to move, inspire, transform and educate in ways that no other art form can. Theatre reflects both the extraordinary diversity of cultures and our shared human condition, in all its vulnerability and strength. Irina Bokova, Director General of UNESCO on the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of World Theatre Day

The intensity and intimacy of these images show the growth and strain the human body is put through,

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