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Emotional Landscapes

back to the sister issue. where’s my sister? where’s my inspiration? where’s my tata?

frombehindthescrim asked: Do you live where those pictures were taken?

at the cliffs? nope

jemeos:

Nuvem | 2013.
With his ‘Projecto Nuvem’ Argentinean artist Eduardo Coimbra brought the sky down to the ground and made it possible for us to walk through clouds and interact directly with his sculptural installation. This is exactly what the multimedia artist, who studied engineering and architecture, actually aimed for: to provoke people right where they live, where they move.
His huge site-specific installations seem like a synthetic constructions of our reality. He says that his work is related to space in a broader sense, many times forcing the boundaries between interiors and exteriors of art spaces. The three-dimensional work of clouds and skies, both motives that are very present in his work, consists out of five square light boxes, each 4.7 meters high, iron, translucent canvas printing, fluorescent lamps, and mirrors. Mirrors, that reflect the light during daytime and illuminated boxes that mimic the brightness at nighttime.

Anonymous asked: I'm from Argentina!! Did you enjoy it here?

Yes, I felt like living there. Buenos Aires is such a beautiful city, full of plants and possibilities. It was a dream. 

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eatpussylivehappy:

I think you’re cute

cute as in I wanna hear what you sound like while experiencing an orgasm

(via s-0-u-l-e-s-s)

huew:

COLOR, FORMAS Y LINEAS…

Helena Almeida, Untitled, 2010. Black-and-white photographs with blue acrylic.

(Source: gfilomenasoares.com, via vomit5)

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vunes:

I wish I was a flower they are pretty and don’t do anything

(via woodsia)

dumpedwheretheweeddecays:


I’m always smiling when I’m around you.

THIS EPISODE FUCKED ME UP
aerbor:

sin título by jovannatosello on Flickr.

fuzzywuzzz:

Finally getting to fill the greenhouse up :)

(via moth-lepke)