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The in-betweens. Love it.
thegameofart:

DEBORAH TURBEVILLE

The in-betweens. Love it.

thegameofart:

DEBORAH TURBEVILLE

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oldbookillustrations:

Illustrated title to the list of illustrations.

Frank T. Merrill, from Colonial stories, by Nathaniel  Hawthorne, Boston, 1897. 

(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

Illustrated title to the list of illustrations.

Frank T. Merrill, from Colonial stories, by Nathaniel Hawthorne, Boston, 1897.

(Source: archive.org)

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This is the best. In English, “Zoya and Valerie.” And if you search “ЗОЯ и ВАЛЕРА” a whole bunch of videos come up with them. It made my morning and now I can leave the damn computer.

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I know I’m jumping on a band wagon here (no pun intended), but I think this is pretty impressive.

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Awesome dancer - Marquese Scott

Music - “Need your Heart,” by Adventure Club

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nolandwithoutstones:

Morocco 1954

nolandwithoutstones:

Morocco 1954

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classicalconditioning:

J. S. Bach - Suite for Unaccompanied Cello No. 5 in C Minor, BWV 1011 - Mstislav Rostropovich

(Source: likeafieldmouse)

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Globe Trot (50 filmmakers, 23 countries, 1 dance)

A crowd-sourced dance-film on all seven continents.
■ director: Mitchell Rose
■ choreographer: Bebe Miller
■ composer: William Goodrum

Mitchell Rose Films

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‘Drive’ - Contemporary Dance Film (Part 1 of 2)

A short dance/experimental film directed and choreographed by Jane Osborne.

'Drive' is an exploration of routine from both micro and macroscopic viewpoints which illustrates the subconscious force that propels us through our days.

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innerkitri27:

movementaddiction:

Isabelle Ciaravola. http://ift.tt/1ihtLmE


:P HOW
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Margaret’s Trail at Ward Reservation, Andover, MA

Margaret’s Trail at Ward Reservation, Andover, MA

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springtowarchitect:

Superabundant Atmosphere by Jacob Hashimoto

springtowarchitect:

Superabundant Atmosphere by Jacob Hashimoto

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Oh I wish I wish I wish they would come here.

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"With clarity of rhythmic structure, grace forms a duality. Together they have a relation like that of body and soul. Clarity is cold, mathematical, inhuman, but basic and earthy. Grace is warm, incalculable, human, opposed to clarity, and like the air. Grace is not here used to mean prettiness; it is used to mean the play with and against the clarity of the rhythmic structure. The two are always present together in the best works of the time arts, endlessly, and life-givingly, opposed to each other."

- John Cage: from SILENCE

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