• 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
  • Dream Yoga: innate ignorance

    Lucid dreams are not luxurious travels for our consciousness, but the key that will free us from the bonds of ignorance and the dual ...

    Lucid dreams are not luxurious travels for our ...

    July. 22. 2014
  • Spatial intuitions and sculpting dreams

    The work of Ranjani Shettar, every single one of her different pieces, reminds us of the natural beauty that lies in the structures that ...

    The work of Ranjani Shettar, every single one of her ...

    July. 15. 2014
  • Picasso’s mysterious creative process are recorded in this ...

    The recent discovery of a “ghost” in Picasso’s famous “Blue Room”, reminds us of the marvelous and must-watch documentary by ...

    The recent discovery of a “ghost” in Picasso’s famous ...

    July. 22. 2014
  • Organic symbolism: Henrique Oliveira’s labyrinth

    By taking an archetypal symbol, making it his own, and reusing discarded materials, this Brazilian artist reminds us that the value of art, ...

    By taking an archetypal symbol, making it his own, and ...

    July. 21. 2014
  • Sara Angelucci’s Birdmen

    By intervening a series of photographs, this Canadian artist tells us of the Victorian spirit and defends the life and memory of some birds ...

    By intervening a series of photographs, this Canadian ...

    July. 21. 2014
  • Blaise Pascal: Love as the search for our double

    Reading Pascal’s reflections on love can shed some light on the path where we often lose ourselves.

    Reading Pascal’s reflections on love can shed some light ...

    July. 20. 2014
  • The most symmetrical objects in the world

    Symmetry is greatly appreciated in the world, but this fascination grows exponentially after seeing the amount of work symmetric perfection ...

    Symmetry is greatly appreciated in the world, but this ...

    July. 19. 2014
  • Walt Disney’s Nightmare, Escape from Tomorrow by Randy Moore

    Filmed entirely in black and white, this film shows American reality as it slowly transforms into a teenager’s dream, which escalates in ...

    Filmed entirely in black and white, this film shows ...

    July. 20. 2014
  • The future of film according to Antonin Artaud

    At the dawn of filmmaking, Antonin Artaud predicted the dangers of trivialization that this new art was facing because of commercial ...

    At the dawn of filmmaking, Antonin Artaud predicted the ...

    July. 19. 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
  • Homeless Museum: playfully defying the art establishment

    This museum is located in New York; however, instead of inhabiting a beautiful building, it wanders the streets, poignantly criticizing the ...

    This museum is located in New York; however, instead of ...

    July. 18. 2014
  • Arthur Rimbaud: the poet transformed into merchant

    A new photograph portraying Rimbaud’s African adventures was discovered in France. His radical and mysterious abandonment of poetry at ...

    A new photograph portraying Rimbaud’s African adventures ...

    July. 18. 2014
  • The persuasive transparency of the Glacier National Park

    There are spaces that naturally embellish the experience of being alone: this park with hundreds of paths and mountains uses its eloquence ...

    There are spaces that naturally embellish the experience of ...

    June. 15. 2014
  • Dickens’ Night Walks and his specters

    During an extended period of insomnia, Charles Dickens devoted himself to wandering down the streets of London in the dark which resulted ...

    During an extended period of insomnia, Charles Dickens ...

    July. 17. 2014
  • Andy Warhol on sex (“sex is nostalgia for sex”)

    Warhol wrote his thoughts on the role played by sex in modern life and education.

    Warhol wrote his thoughts on the role played by sex in ...

    July. 17. 2014
  • The Electronic Frontier Foundation: the first guardians of the ...

    This foundation is the first of its kind; it was a pioneer of the internet as a weapon which users can employ to defend themselves; ...

    This foundation is the first of its kind; it was a pioneer ...

    July. 16. 2014

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