Nancy Azara, Amy Brener, Matthew Craven, Melanie Daniel,
Jeffrey Gibson, Emily Noelle Lambert, and Trish Tillman
An exploration of both the aesthetic qualities of totemic sculpture, as well as the symbolic, narrative, and trans-cultural borrowing of indigenous motifs endemic to much current art and culture.
"Love is a striking example of how little reality means to us."
Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time (via liquidlightandrunningtrees)
"You just like the idea of me. You like the person I present myself under circumstances that I can control. I choose what I say and how I say things. It’s like being attracted to a fictional character in a book. They are scripted and made up. If you think about it, through writings, we all script and make ourselves up. I don’t share the person I become when I am upset. I don’t show you how I look like when I sleep. I don’t tell you about all the times I’ve made someone cry. All the guilty things I’ve done and the bad thoughts I’ve had."
Han (via skeletales)
"I am over the passivity of good men. Where the hell are you? You live with us, make love with us, father us, befriend us, brother us, get nurtured and mothered and eternally supported by us, so why aren’t you standing with us? Why aren’t you driven to the point of madness and action by the rape and humiliation of us?"
Eve Ensler (via rhymes-with-awkward)