I might lose followers for this?…
Studio R by Studio MK27
The ground level is a large studio space that can be closed off completely or open to the side gardens.
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512 Hours at the Serpentine Galleries, London, was so intense!
Personally, I found it incredibly claustrophobic.It seemed to flutter between solitude and claustrophobia (which distressed me a lot). The setting felt like a place of meditation, a place to relax the soul and slow down. But it’s also filled with people, and (for me) even closing my eyes I couldn’t feel ‘at peace’. I kept anticipating all the people around me, that at any one time someone is watching me as I try to relax.
It was really strange, yet completely enlightening and revealing of my own insecurities.
Overall, it was absolutely incredible and so very delightful to also see Marina herself there.
I’m taking part!!!
"The lamps are going out all over Europe, we shall not see them lit again in our lifetime."
Sir Edward Grey, Foreign Secretary, uttered these words on the eve of Britain officially entered the First World War. Exactly 100 years later we are inviting millions of individuals, households and companies to join together in a national moment of reflection.
We’re encouraging everyone in the UK to turn off their lights between 10pm and 11pm on 4 August 2014
– leaving only a single light or candle for this symbolic act of reflection and hope.
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GUYS CAN WE TAKE A MOMENT TO APPRECIATE THESE BEAUTIFUL GLASS PENS
THEY’RE LIKE WANDS
…all I see are very pointy, pretty long pieces of glass that can be stabbed into someone’s eye and still look decorative.
DID SOMEONE SAY…
The Death of Pikachu
I own a #TraceyEmin! 51/100 of ‘Out Cold’ just became part of an #artcollection!
#contemporaryart #photogravure #print #ILoveMail #snailmail
August 23rd, dead in the middle of a Leo Virgo Cusp. The artist probably never intended for this to be how I interpreted it, but if there were Fire and Earth elements somewhere in here it would be perfect for that.
(August 19th to August 25th)
Leo - Virgo - If you were born on the Leo-Virgo cusp, from about August 19 to August 25, you were born on “The Cusp of Exposure,” but that’s not as risque as it sounds. In fact, you face some not-so-fun and conflicting energy in your life. Leo is a Fire sign and Virgo is an Earth sign, which means there are contrary elements to your personality.
The question is, will the fire in your heart be smothered by the Earth, or will it burn bright? Because these cuspers were born between such very different signs, it’s hard to say which way they’ll lean. Some on the Leo-Virgo cusp gravitate more toward Leo’s need for drama and attention, while others are more like Virgo and prefer a quiet, less social lifestyle. Whichever way you lean, though, your personality will most likely be hardworking and passionate, especially when dedicated to a particular cause. Strengths: Hardworking, passionate, discriminating, positive, success-driven and honest.
Weaknesses: Critical, antisocial, manipulative, stubborn, quarrelsome and melodramatic. How Leo and Virgo energy work together: Leo’s flair for drama and Virgo’s down to earth practicality don’t always mix well. These cuspers need to be careful of living a life of extremes — either bold and loud or silent and secretive. But if they can strike a balance between their extroverted and introverted sides, they will master the rare ability to know exactly when to speak up and when to remain silent.
What they love: Getting behind a good cause. Leo is a loving and natural born leader, while Virgo is hardworking, detail oriented and devoted to helping others. Together this is a persuasive cusp combination that is happiest when rallying a group of people in support of a great cause. And know this: They will succeed!
What they need: Intimacy. It won’t come easy for these cuspers, who value secrets and privacy above all else, but they really need to have people in their lives who know them well and love them for exactly who they are. Leo-Virgo cuspers must learn to share more of themselves with others, which will in turn help them get in better touch with their own feelings and emotions
Scott McFarland at Regen Projects.
noun | das Fernweh (n)
"Fernweh" is one of my favorite German words and there is no English translation for it. It is basically the opposite of homesickness (Heimweh): when you feel like you have to leave your familiar surroundings to discover new places. It is the need for distance, the wish to experience something far away from home, the urge to escape from your everyday life by travelling.
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