Fly, Suwa City, Nagano by from the series Lettre a St. Loup by Daïdo Moriyama, 1982
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Fly, Suwa City, Nagano by from the series Lettre a St. Loup by Daïdo Moriyama, 1982

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On a hot day from the series I am who I was by Karel Fonteyne, 1967
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On a hot day from the series I am who I was by Karel Fonteyne, 1967

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frenchtwist:

Partitur einer Fliege / A Fly’s Composition (Footprints) by Tue Greenfort, 2004

A Fly’s Composition shows a fly running over a fogged window, leaving its traces behind. It is a work created by three authors, the fly, who ‘dances’, the fogged window, which records the fly’s movements, and Greenfort who takes the photograph.

The work also references the theoretical biologist Jakob von Uexküll. Uexküll defined environment as a ‘reality of the subjective appearance’. Each reality is a summation of sign and meanings produced by individuals, human or animal.

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Beauty is change by Hope Kroll, 2010
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Beauty is change by Hope Kroll, 2010

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Sans titre by Jacques-André Boiffard, 1932
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Sans titre by Jacques-André Boiffard, 1932

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Untitled by Sanne Sannes, 1959-1964

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Stills from Young Adam (David Mackenzie, 2003)




frenchtwist:
Untitled by Félix Labisse, ndAlso

frenchtwist:

Untitled by Félix Labisse, nd

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Thresholds III by Ann Mansolino, 2009-2013




unbearablevision, human-activities:

A Real Young Girl (Catherine Breillat, 1976)

unbearablevisionhuman-activities:

A Real Young Girl (Catherine Breillat, 1976)




Stills from Fly by Yoko Ono and John Lennon, 1970




calyx, on-women:


Yoko Ono - FLY, 1970 / directed by Yoko Ono

calyxon-women:

Yoko Ono - FLY, 1970 / directed by Yoko Ono




Microscopic Images of a Fly by Anonymous, 1860s

Microscopic Images of a Fly by Anonymous, 1860s




Fly and Landscape by Man Ray, 1935-1936

Fly and Landscape by Man Ray, 1935-1936




thedoppelganger, nzafro:

Four Flies on Grey Velvet, Dario Argento, 1971

thedoppelgangernzafro:

Four Flies on Grey Velvet, Dario Argento, 1971