Study for George Bataille’s Histoire de l’oeil by Hans Bellmer, 1946
“[T]he imagination derives exclusively from bodily experiences.”
— Hans Bellmer, Notes on a Ball-joint 
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Study for George Bataille’s Histoire de l’oeil by Hans Bellmer1946

[T]he imagination derives exclusively from bodily experiences.

— Hans Bellmer, Notes on a Ball-joint 

Also




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Hans Bellmer Untitled, 1946

Study for Georges Bataille’s L’Histoire de l’oeil (colour version of this)

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Hans Bellmer Untitled, 1946

Study for Georges Bataille’s L’Histoire de l’oeil (colour version of this)




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Hans Bellmer 1946

One of Bellmer’s photographic studies for Story of the Eye, I think?




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hans bellmer - study for georges bataille’s “l’histoire de l’oeil”

hexavalentchromium, vexxxx:

hans bellmer - study for georges bataille’s “l’histoire de l’oeil”




To others, the universe seems decent because decent people have gelded eyes. That is why they fear lewdness. They are never frightened by the crowing of a rooster or when strolling under a starry heaven. In general, people savor the “pleasures of the flesh” only on condition that they be insipid.

But as of then, no doubt existed for me: I did not care for what is known as “pleasures of the flesh” because they really are insipid; I cared only for what is classified as “dirty.” On the other hand, I was not even satisfied with the usual debauchery, because the only thing it dirties is debauchery itself, while, in some way or other, anything sublime and perfectly pure is left intact by it. My kind of debauchery soils not only my body and my thoughts, but also anything I may conceive in its course, that is to say, the vast starry universe, which merely serves as a backdrop.

— Georges Bataille, The Story of the Eye