2012-09-30

Dawn Upshaw


Unemployed Philosophers Guild Finger Puppets


http://www.philosophersguild.com/Puppets/


1830


1830

CREVEL, Rene

Elysium Press (1996).
1st Edition. Soft cover. As New / As New. Item #ABE-8274894801
The first English translation of this remarkable story by the great French Surrealist, which involves the complicated relationship of two lovers. Illustrated by noted artist Jonathan Hammer with two hand colored soft ground etchings laid into the text. Hammer’s work is included in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, The Whitney Museum and numerous other public and private collections. The book is unbound and contains both an English translation by National Book Award winner Keith Waldrop and the original French version of the text. Waldrop is the author of numerous books and essays and a renowned translator of Baudelaire and other French works. Also included is a photogravure portrait (printed later) of Rene Crevel taken by George Platt Lynes around the time of the original publication of the work in 1926. One of thirty copies printed letterpress on heavyweight Somerset paper, the book measures 9" x 13" and is printed in two colors. Laid into a clamshell boxed covered in flesh-toned silk, fine as issued. A copy of the original letterpress printed prospectus for the book and a 1997 invitation to the Matthew Marks gallery exhibition of Hammer’s work is also laid into the box. The colophon is signed and numbered by the artist.
Price: $1,250.00
http://www.elysiumpress.com/pages/books/1601/rene-crevel/1830#

2012-09-29

Doris's soul

- How many physical incarnations do you have at this time?
- On this plane, there are two.
This revelation made me wonder how many lives her soul was living on nonphysical dimensions.
- How many are on other planes? I asked.
- An infinite number. They are born and die, grow and fade, as nexus points are reached.
- How much of your time, if I may use that word, is devoted to overseeing the two personalities on Earth and guiding them?
- There is always contact. The thread is always there with love and compassion, but the personality is there to better its own information and bring it back.
- What other activities are you engaged in?
- We, too, serve as guides and mentors for others, and we seek our own melding with the Absolute. There are many experiences for which a human would have no words or comprehension.
- Is your growth dependant upon how well the physical personalities learn their life lessons?
- It is not a matter of how well they learn them. It is simply a matter of what they bring back. The more information they can bring back, then the—it is not quite right, but we will say—more rapidly we complete that which we seek.
- Am I correct in understanding that when you were planning the lifetime for Doris, you could have chosen any time period and any geographic location?
- Time is a web, not a line.



- Combien d’incarnations physiques avez-vous en ce moment?
- Deux sur ce plan.
Cette révélation me fit me demander combien d’existences étaient vécues par son âme dans des dimensions non physiques.
- Combien y en a-t-il sur d’autres plans? lançai-je.
- Un nombre infini. Elles naissent et meurent, grandissent et s’affaiblissent quand les points de connexion sont atteints.
- Quelle durée de votre temps, si je puis utiliser ce terme, est-elle consacrée à superviser les deux existences sur Ta terre et à les guider?
- Le contact est permanent. Le lien est toujours présent avec amour et compassion, mais la personnalité est là pour améliorer sa propre information et la rapporter.
- Dans quelles autres activités êtes-vous engagés?
- Nous servons également de guides et de mentors à d’autres et nous cherchons à fusionner avec l’Absolu. Il existe beaucoup d’expériences indescriptibles pour la compréhension humaine.
- Votre évolution dépend-elle de la façon dont les personnalités humaines apprendront leurs leçons de vie?
- Ce qui importe n’est pas tant la qualité de ce qu’elles apprendront que ce qu’elles vont rapporter. Plus elles retiendront d’information, plus notre quête aboutira rapidement – encore que ce ne soit pas tout à fait juste, mais disons-le ainsi.
- Ai-je raison de comprendre que lorsque vous avez programmé la vie de Doris, vous auriez pu opter pour n’importe quelle époque et n’importe quelle zone géographique?
- Le temps est une toile d’araignée. Pas une ligne.


Robert Schwartz, Courageous souls Your Soul's Plan Ames courageuses

2012-09-28

Judgment

To the personality, judgment is the natural consequence of suffering.
To the soul, suffering is the natural consequence of judgment.

Pour la personnalité, le jugement est la conséquence naturelle de la souffrance.
Pour l’âme, la souffrance est la conséquence naturelle du jugement.

Robert Schwartz, Courageous souls Ames courageuses

2012-09-27

2012-09-26

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
A long ways from home
True believer
A long ways from home

Sometimes I feel like I'm almos' gone
Way up in de heab'nly land
True believer
Way up in de heab'nly land

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child
A long ways from home
There's praying everywhere

2012-09-25

Where is it written ?








Robert Schwartz, Courageous souls Your Soul's Plan Ames courageuses Mutige Seelen El plan de tu alma Anime coraggiose

2012-09-23

Jusqu'au bout du monde

Cornell


Duane Michals, Joseph Cornell, 1969

2012-09-22


Duane Michals, Untitled (from “The Indomitable Spirit Portfolio”), 1989, gelatin silver print, Museum Purchase, ©DuaneMichals, courtesy of Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York

Miranda

Jour d'automne

Seigneur, il est temps.
Que l'été fut immense!
Pose ton ombre sur les heures de soleil
Et livre aux vents l'espace des prairies.
Que sur ton ordre les derniers fruits s'arrondissent.
Accorde-leur encor deux journées brûlantes,
Qu'ils soient contraints à la maturité — et glisse
Aux veines du vin lourd une dernière douceur.
Qui est sans demeure maintenant ne s'en bâtira plus.
Qui est seul maintenant gardera longtemps sa solitude.
A lui les veilles, les lectures, les longues lettres que l'on compose.
Et le long des allées, de-ci, de-là,
Il ira sans repos parmi les feuilles moribondes.

Rainer Maria Rilke
Cahiers Gustave Roud 6 : Proses éparses, Association des Amis de Gustave Roud, 1989

Statue d’un hermaphrodite
2ème siècle après J.-C., Monte Porzio (Colonna, Casale Ciufla)
Paris, Musée du Louvre
(c) RMN-Grand Palais (Musée du Louvre) / Hervé Lewandowski

2012-09-20

Cornfield


Michael Nyman - Prospero's Books - Cornfield

2012-09-19

Blood and ink suitcase


Conception et réalisation: Claudio Cavallari
Avec: Guillaume Dupuy
Prix: "3er Prix" du Tulse Luper Contest
www.claudiocavallari.net
Musique : Human Nature, The Fifth Element, Eric Serra

Water suitcase


Conception et réalisation: Claudio Cavallari
www.claudiocavallari.net

2012-09-18

2012-09-17

Concerto for piano & orchestra



Michael Nyman - Concerto for piano & orchestra
I, The Beach
II, The Woods
III, The Hut
IV, The Release

2012-09-16

Diva


Uriel



Aviv Avramov
http://avivavramov.blogspot.fr/2012/01/uriel-yekutiel-glam.html

Learning



 Jean-Charles Chabot 

2012-09-13

2012-09-12

Laramée

http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/06/new-carved-book-landscapes-by-guy-laramee/

Frida




Patrick Causse
www.patrickcausse-photographe.com

2012-09-10

Swimming pool

2012-09-06

De l'autre côté du pont



Yves Tanguy, 1936





2012-09-05

Don't go there

Pussy Riot



2012-09-04

Mon enfance