• If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.

      Marcus Tullius Cicero
    • One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.

      Friedrich Nietzsche
    • A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us. To live is to be slowly born.

      Antoine de Saint-Exupery
    • The ability to perceive or think differently is more important than the knowledge gained.

      David Bohm
    • The universe is change; our life is what our thoughts make it.

      Marcus Aurelius
    • Art is a line around your thoughts.

      Gustav Klimt
    • You never change things by fighting them. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete.

      Buckminster Fuller
    • A man must make
      his opportunity,
      as oft as find it.

      Francis Bacon
    • The universe is my country and the human family is my tribe.

      Khalil Gibran
  • André Breton’s First Manifesto of Surrealism

    It was in 1924 when Breton wrote the First Manifesto of Surrealism. It revolved around the rebellion against the authority of reason.

    It was in 1924 when Breton wrote the First Manifesto of ...

    September. 02. 2014
  • Argentina and France celebrate half a century of cooperation with a ...

    Every single art form, the marvels of science and technology as well as those of academic relevance, come together in this wonderful ...

    Every single art form, the marvels of science and ...

    August. 12. 2014
  • The endearing video of Claude Monet painting white lilies in Giverny

    As part of Sacha Guitry’s famous documentaries, this film depicts Monet in his idyllic garden painting what would become one of French ...

    As part of Sacha Guitry’s famous documentaries, this film ...

    September. 02. 2014
  • (A)temporal Nicanor Parra celebrates his 100th birthday by publishing ...

    For 27 years ‘Temporal’ was lost until it was accidentally found, with that same misleading ease responsible for all the events in ...

    For 27 years ‘Temporal’ was lost until it was ...

    September. 01. 2014
  • Writing as a channel of collectivity (and not authorship)

    Literature in the languages of Native American people have a plenty to teach those who write and live in Western languages. Now, a Raramuri ...

    Literature in the languages of Native American people have ...

    September. 01. 2014
  • Parade, the disruptive ballet by Satie, Picasso and Cocteau

    In 1917, the spectacle which Guillaume Apollinaire described as a “type of surrealism” was created, three years before this artistic ...

    In 1917, the spectacle which Guillaume Apollinaire ...

    August. 31. 2014
  • Make curried rice (following Aleister Crowley’s recipe)

    The art of flavors holds a special relationship with magic; both are channeled through protocols that are designed to induce states of ...

    The art of flavors holds a special relationship with magic; ...

    August. 31. 2014
  • Carving the memories of a nightmare: The Missing Picture

    This film remembers Cambodia’s genocide, its producers carved wooden figures and delicately painted them to create scenes that take us on ...

    This film remembers Cambodia’s genocide, its producers ...

    August. 19. 2014
  • A method to reach the perfect sound in a musical score

    With the help of the "Thirteenth Sound", his ground breaking discovery, Julian Carrillo, the musical atom’s disintegrator, found ...

    With the help of the "Thirteenth Sound", his ground ...

    August. 30. 2014
  • Jean Baudrillard & The Chance Band: Suicide Moi ...

    A little-known edge of Jean Baudrillard: his incursion into poetry through jamming sessions and the musical experimentation of the "Suicide ...

    A little-known edge of Jean Baudrillard: his incursion into ...

    March. 06. 2014
  • Cappadocia: a fantastical story written in stone

    Immerse in one of the most ancient areas in the world, Cappadocia is ornamented with sand monoliths: an oneiric landscape that guards rooms ...

    Immerse in one of the most ancient areas in the world, ...

    August. 30. 2014
  • The mystical machinery of inspiration according to Tchaikovsky

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky describes the creative process in its most lucid and sensible form. For him inspiration, which is constantly ...

    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky describes the creative process in ...

    August. 29. 2014
  • Ireland’s dark hedges

    The landscape captured in thousands of photographs and one of the locations for The Game of Thrones sets, this recently rediscovered place ...

    The landscape captured in thousands of photographs and one ...

    August. 18. 2014
  • What is exactly the sound of the rain?

    In this beautiful video, Yugo Sakamura recreates the sound of the rain, drop by drop.

    In this beautiful video, Yugo Sakamura recreates the sound ...

    August. 29. 2014
  • “Outrospection” and empathetic thinking as a vital rebellion

    Instead of looking into ourselves, Krznaric invites us to take a look at the testimonies of others and to think from their perspective.

    Instead of looking into ourselves, Krznaric invites us to ...

    August. 28. 2014
  • Borges and the art of not writing a novel

    That which is not written is as important as that which is: this is the story of a book that Borges imagined but decided not to write.

    That which is not written is as important as that which is: ...

    August. 28. 2014

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