triplecanopy:

"In slapstick and cartoons, there is a world where things live their own lives, beyond the control of their makers. The repression of the industrial world erupts, and we enter into the dream life of objects. There we find the revolutionary potential hidden between the efficient body of the worker and the disordered body of the mentally disturbed."—Zoe Beloff, from “Bodies Against Time,” in Issue 15 of Triple Canopy. Beloff explores motion studies, industrial capitalism, mental illness, and Mutt and Jeff. 
Above: Etienne-Jules Marey, stereoscopic trajectory of a man walking away from camera, 1890.
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vjeranski:

Karen Revis
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likeafieldmouse:

Josef Albers - Sanctuary (1942)
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realility:

Gale Antokal
Blossom #21, 2012
20 x 15 inches, pastel on paper
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harrietleemerrion:

This sentence is false.
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blastedheath:

Billy Childish (British, b. 1959), Self, 2011. Charcoal on linen, 244 x 122 cm.
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bmebooks:

Issue IX - Patrick Atkins
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thefiftyeight:

Donald Judd - Untitled, 1991-94
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catmota:

Native Seed Pods
Criss Canning
more works by this artist
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Opaque  by  andbamnan