Angel Olsen ”Some Things Cosmic”
A Collection of Dancing Leaves by Yunfan Tan
"Looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year."
Blonde Redhead - “Spain”
via Nat Geo
"A primal heart still beats in Europe. Deep beneath the gloss of cell phone sophistication lie rituals that hark back to harvests and solstices and fear of the winter dark. Monsters loom in this shadowy heart, but so does the promise of spring’s rebirth and fertile crops and women cradling newborn babes. It turns out that Europe—at least pockets of it—has not lost its connection to nature’s rhythms.
That connection is rekindled during festivals that occur across the continent from the beginning of December until Easter. The celebrations correspond to Christian holidays, but the rituals themselves often predate Christianity. The roots are difficult to trace. Men—and until recently, it has almost always been men—don costumes that hide their faces and conceal their true forms. Then they take to the streets, where their disguises allow them to cross the line between human and animal, real and spiritual, civilization and wilderness, death and rebirth. ”
David Foster Wallace
James Blake “Retrograde”
Artificial Biological Clock by Revital Cohen. Stumbled upon this lovely at the MoMA today. Cohen makes up one half of Cohen Van Balen, a London based design duo who focus on the relationship between biology & technology.
Polica - Lay Your Cards Out
Get ready to have your mind blown…