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Miles Davis

Miles Davis

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Child’s arm, holding the eye’s vascular tissue. Bernardus Siegfried Albinus, the Netherlands, 1730.

Child’s arm, holding the eye’s vascular tissue. Bernardus Siegfried Albinus, the Netherlands, 1730.


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~ Tuesday, January 29 ~
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ikedahirari:

今度こそ おやすみなさい(o^^o) #makeup

ikedahirari:

今度こそ おやすみなさい(o^^o)
#makeup


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Orgasm by Valie Export, 1966-67 Film switches between shots of the origin of pleasure and its effects. One of VALIE EXPORT’s first films is a brief and matter-of-fact treatment of lust. The question of whether the man and woman actually had sexual intercourse and who was responsible for the woman’s orgasm remains.Text / VideoAlso
Orgasm by Valie Export, 1966-67

Film switches between shots of the origin of pleasure and its effects.
One of VALIE EXPORT’s first films is a brief and matter-of-fact treatment of lust. The question of whether the man and woman actually had sexual intercourse and who was responsible for the woman’s orgasm remains.

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Think of the rivers of blood spilled by all those generals and emperors, so that in glory, and triumph they can become the momentary masters of a fraction of a dot.
— Carl Sagan (via whitecolonialism)

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