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ivonnegargano:

je ne on Flickr.

“He wrote me: I will have spent my life trying to understand the function of remembering, which is not the opposite of forgetting, but rather its lining. We do not remember, we rewrite memory much as history is rewritten. How can one remember thirst?”
 
Chris Marker - Sans Soleil 

ivonnegargano:

je ne on Flickr.

He wrote me: I will have spent my life trying to understand the function of remembering, which is not the opposite of forgetting, but rather its lining. We do not remember, we rewrite memory much as history is rewritten. How can one remember thirst?”

 

Chris Marker - Sans Soleil 

moon1137fetus:

beerandhotsauce:

Fuck…

This hits too close to home, am I doing my best?

moon1137fetus:

beerandhotsauce:

Fuck…

This hits too close to home, am I doing my best?

(Source: animefreckles, via ecstaticsorrow)

Y viene la muchacha que amas
Y dice que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú llegas y le dices que quieres ser más que su amigo
Y ella que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú que quieres ser su novio
Y ella que no quiere pensar en eso
Y tú piensas que ella es una cabeza de chorlito
Y en venganza
No la llevarás a comer helado de fresa
Ni de chocolate
Ni de coco
Ni de nada.
– Miguel James
Who said that time heals all wounds? It would be better to say that time heals everything except wounds. With time, the hurt of separation loses its real limits. With time, the desired body will soon disappear, and if the desiring body has already ceased to exist for the other, then what remains is a wound… disembodied.
Samura Koichi
“Al fallar las palabras, la memoria, que es su confín, cede también.”  - Walter Benjamin 

“Al fallar las palabras, la memoria, que es su confín, cede también.”  - Walter Benjamin 

“We come after. We know now that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his day’s work at Auschwitz in the morning. To say that he has read them without understanding or that his ear is gross, is cant. In what way does this knowledge bear on literature and society, on the hope, grown almost axiomatic from the time of Plato to that of Matthew Arnold, that culture is a humanizing force, that the energies of spirit are transferable to those of conduct?”
George Steiner

We come after. We know now that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his day’s work at Auschwitz in the morning. To say that he has read them without understanding or that his ear is gross, is cant. In what way does this knowledge bear on literature and society, on the hope, grown almost axiomatic from the time of Plato to that of Matthew Arnold, that culture is a humanizing force, that the energies of spirit are transferable to those of conduct?

George Steiner

writersnoonereads:

It’s refreshing to find a writer embracing the fact that nobody reads him:
My books are better thought about than read. They’re insanely dull and unreadable; I mean, do you really want to sit down and read a year’s worth of weather reports or a transcription of the 1010 WINS traffic reports “on the ones” (every ten minutes) over the course of a twenty-four-hour period? I don’t.
I love the end too: “The rest of culture has moved so far beyond such simplistic notions of originality, yet here we are in literature, still fifty years behind the rest of the world. It’s so tiresome.”
Kenneth Goldsmith interviewed by Dave Mandl in The Believer
image: Adrian Piper, Untitled 1968 work via
New book by Goldsmith: Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age

writersnoonereads:

It’s refreshing to find a writer embracing the fact that nobody reads him:

My books are better thought about than read. They’re insanely dull and unreadable; I mean, do you really want to sit down and read a year’s worth of weather reports or a transcription of the 1010 WINS traffic reports “on the ones” (every ten minutes) over the course of a twenty-four-hour period? I don’t.

I love the end too: “The rest of culture has moved so far beyond such simplistic notions of originality, yet here we are in literature, still fifty years behind the rest of the world. It’s so tiresome.”

Kenneth Goldsmith interviewed by Dave Mandl in The Believer

image: Adrian Piper, Untitled 1968 work via

New book by Goldsmith: Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age

“En otros tiempos aspirábamos a experiencias lógicas; nada nos importaba tanto como la estabilidad. Hoy admitimos la inestabilidad junto a la estabilidad. Lo que deseamos es la experiencia de lo que es. Pero “lo que es” no consiste necesariamente en lo estable, lo inmutable…
Esa es la función del arte actual: protegernos de todas esas reducciones lógicas que estamos tentados aplicar a cada instante al fluir de los acontecimientos; acercarnos al proceso que es el mundo.”
John Cage.

En otros tiempos aspirábamos a experiencias lógicas; nada nos importaba tanto como la estabilidad. Hoy admitimos la inestabilidad junto a la estabilidad. Lo que deseamos es la experiencia de lo que es. Pero “lo que es” no consiste necesariamente en lo estable, lo inmutable…

Esa es la función del arte actual: protegernos de todas esas reducciones lógicas que estamos tentados aplicar a cada instante al fluir de los acontecimientos; acercarnos al proceso que es el mundo.

John Cage.

ivonnegargano:

je ne on Flickr.

“He wrote me: I will have spent my life trying to understand the function of remembering, which is not the opposite of forgetting, but rather its lining. We do not remember, we rewrite memory much as history is rewritten. How can one remember thirst?”
 
Chris Marker - Sans Soleil 

ivonnegargano:

je ne on Flickr.

He wrote me: I will have spent my life trying to understand the function of remembering, which is not the opposite of forgetting, but rather its lining. We do not remember, we rewrite memory much as history is rewritten. How can one remember thirst?”

 

Chris Marker - Sans Soleil 

moon1137fetus:

beerandhotsauce:

Fuck…

This hits too close to home, am I doing my best?

moon1137fetus:

beerandhotsauce:

Fuck…

This hits too close to home, am I doing my best?

(Source: animefreckles, via ecstaticsorrow)

Y viene la muchacha que amas
Y dice que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú llegas y le dices que quieres ser más que su amigo
Y ella que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú que quieres ser su novio
Y ella que no quiere pensar en eso
Y tú piensas que ella es una cabeza de chorlito
Y en venganza
No la llevarás a comer helado de fresa
Ni de chocolate
Ni de coco
Ni de nada.
– Miguel James
Sans Soleil - Japanese text 

Sans Soleil - Japanese text 

Who said that time heals all wounds? It would be better to say that time heals everything except wounds. With time, the hurt of separation loses its real limits. With time, the desired body will soon disappear, and if the desiring body has already ceased to exist for the other, then what remains is a wound… disembodied.
Samura Koichi
Espacios.

Espacios.

“Al fallar las palabras, la memoria, que es su confín, cede también.”  - Walter Benjamin 

“Al fallar las palabras, la memoria, que es su confín, cede también.”  - Walter Benjamin 

“We come after. We know now that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his day’s work at Auschwitz in the morning. To say that he has read them without understanding or that his ear is gross, is cant. In what way does this knowledge bear on literature and society, on the hope, grown almost axiomatic from the time of Plato to that of Matthew Arnold, that culture is a humanizing force, that the energies of spirit are transferable to those of conduct?”
George Steiner

We come after. We know now that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his day’s work at Auschwitz in the morning. To say that he has read them without understanding or that his ear is gross, is cant. In what way does this knowledge bear on literature and society, on the hope, grown almost axiomatic from the time of Plato to that of Matthew Arnold, that culture is a humanizing force, that the energies of spirit are transferable to those of conduct?

George Steiner

writersnoonereads:

It’s refreshing to find a writer embracing the fact that nobody reads him:
My books are better thought about than read. They’re insanely dull and unreadable; I mean, do you really want to sit down and read a year’s worth of weather reports or a transcription of the 1010 WINS traffic reports “on the ones” (every ten minutes) over the course of a twenty-four-hour period? I don’t.
I love the end too: “The rest of culture has moved so far beyond such simplistic notions of originality, yet here we are in literature, still fifty years behind the rest of the world. It’s so tiresome.”
Kenneth Goldsmith interviewed by Dave Mandl in The Believer
image: Adrian Piper, Untitled 1968 work via
New book by Goldsmith: Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age

writersnoonereads:

It’s refreshing to find a writer embracing the fact that nobody reads him:

My books are better thought about than read. They’re insanely dull and unreadable; I mean, do you really want to sit down and read a year’s worth of weather reports or a transcription of the 1010 WINS traffic reports “on the ones” (every ten minutes) over the course of a twenty-four-hour period? I don’t.

I love the end too: “The rest of culture has moved so far beyond such simplistic notions of originality, yet here we are in literature, still fifty years behind the rest of the world. It’s so tiresome.”

Kenneth Goldsmith interviewed by Dave Mandl in The Believer

image: Adrian Piper, Untitled 1968 work via

New book by Goldsmith: Uncreative Writing: Managing Language in the Digital Age

“En otros tiempos aspirábamos a experiencias lógicas; nada nos importaba tanto como la estabilidad. Hoy admitimos la inestabilidad junto a la estabilidad. Lo que deseamos es la experiencia de lo que es. Pero “lo que es” no consiste necesariamente en lo estable, lo inmutable…
Esa es la función del arte actual: protegernos de todas esas reducciones lógicas que estamos tentados aplicar a cada instante al fluir de los acontecimientos; acercarnos al proceso que es el mundo.”
John Cage.

En otros tiempos aspirábamos a experiencias lógicas; nada nos importaba tanto como la estabilidad. Hoy admitimos la inestabilidad junto a la estabilidad. Lo que deseamos es la experiencia de lo que es. Pero “lo que es” no consiste necesariamente en lo estable, lo inmutable…

Esa es la función del arte actual: protegernos de todas esas reducciones lógicas que estamos tentados aplicar a cada instante al fluir de los acontecimientos; acercarnos al proceso que es el mundo.

John Cage.

"Y viene la muchacha que amas
Y dice que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú llegas y le dices que quieres ser más que su amigo
Y ella que sólo quiere ser tu amiga
Y tú que quieres ser su novio
Y ella que no quiere pensar en eso
Y tú piensas que ella es una cabeza de chorlito
Y en venganza
No la llevarás a comer helado de fresa
Ni de chocolate
Ni de coco
Ni de nada."
"Who said that time heals all wounds? It would be better to say that time heals everything except wounds. With time, the hurt of separation loses its real limits. With time, the desired body will soon disappear, and if the desiring body has already ceased to exist for the other, then what remains is a wound… disembodied."

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