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"Be Noisy" ad campaign for Harajuku clothing store Laforet, directed by Rikako Nagashima

"Be Noisy" ad campaign for Harajuku clothing store Laforet, directed by Rikako Nagashima

Hiding what's inside gives it power, because we don't have the power to choose --- we just react. It is the voice that says we are unloved, undeserving, unworthy, keeping us from what we want or desire. It shows itself through our projections and judgements on others. (Wired by Luca Pierro)

Hiding what's inside gives it power, because we don't have the power to choose --- we just react. It is the voice that says we are unloved, undeserving, unworthy, keeping us from what we want or desire. It shows itself through our projections and judgements on others. (Wired by Luca Pierro)

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Rencontres Internationales de theatres de papier

Rencontres Internationales de theatres de papier

녹지않는 눈송이 위로 내린 봄 #꽃 #드라이플라워 #안개꽃 #색안개꽃 #분홍색 #봄 #일상 #flower #dry -

녹지않는 눈송이 위로 내린 봄 #꽃 #드라이플라워 #안개꽃 #색안개꽃 #분홍색 #봄 #일상 #flower #dry -

Wonderful colours!

Wonderful colours!

Who wouldn't love these?

Who wouldn't love these?

'Aspirin’ | Floribunda Rose. Hans Jürgen Evers (Germany, 1989). | Flickr - © KamalaKala. HC

'Aspirin’ | Floribunda Rose. Hans Jürgen Evers (Germany, 1989). | Flickr - © KamalaKala. HC

Ai Weiwei: Forever, the earliest work in the exhibition, has connections back to the artist’s fascination with the father-figure of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. 42 bicycles of the ‘Forever’ brand, the favourite means of transport of the Chinese for decades, have been ingeniously stacked in a cylindrical tower, a ‘cycle’ that goes nowhere, since all the handlebars and pedals have been removed. (2003)

Ai Weiwei: Forever, the earliest work in the exhibition, has connections back to the artist’s fascination with the father-figure of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. 42 bicycles of the ‘Forever’ brand, the favourite means of transport of the Chinese for decades, have been ingeniously stacked in a cylindrical tower, a ‘cycle’ that goes nowhere, since all the handlebars and pedals have been removed. (2003)