hello i'm samara. i'm an english lit student and enjoy graphic design, feminist rants, brooding emotional films with no real plot, the kind of music which accompanies these films and basically art art art art


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i have a personal twitter


and a feminist justin timberlake one

                        

i also write things for the huffington post!
salemstoned:

looks like the forest from princess mononoke 

salemstoned:

looks like the forest from princess mononoke 

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All of which is to say: leaning against other texts, thinking with other minds, letting another person’s writing (or art, or being) haunt you, inhabit you, inspire you, bother you, quite thoroughly, isn’t just a means of spurring one to produce thoughts or books. It’s also a wager about how deeply intertwined our consciousnesses may be. It is to wonder (as Henry James did, in his late novels), whether consciousness exists between us, in the air, rather than within individual minds. The wild and productive gambit of “leaning against” is that we’re not really leaning against others, but against a great throbbing consciousness, a soup of soul and mind in which we all share, even if that sharing is characterized by dissensus or a mirage of separateness rather than a blurry unity.

Maggie Nelson (via killkylee)

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warymeyers:

#tbt 2006 for our Time Out NY column. #Eames

warymeyers:

#tbt 2006 for our Time Out NY column. #Eames

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lehroi:

Rool, 2014.
Palefroi

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Wesley Walters

Wesley Walters

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mpdrolet:

Add One Meter to an Unknown Mountain, 1995
Zhu Ming

mpdrolet:

Add One Meter to an Unknown Mountain, 1995

Zhu Ming

e-erik:

Bゼミ 「新しい表現の学習」の歴史 1967

e-erik:

Bゼミ 「新しい表現の学習」の歴史 1967

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nocturne - wild nothing

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