vog

earthstory:

This is video taken on the slopes of Kilauea Volcano in Hawaii. You’re looking at part of the active lava lake in the Pu’u O’o Crater. You can see a process here called gas pistoning; an area of lava that is crusted over is pushed up towards the surface as gas pressure builds below it. The gas then breaks through, bursting to the surface as bubbles, causing the rest of the lava to slide downwards like a descending piston.

Image credit: HVO http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/multimedia/index.php?display=default

(via elmerseason)

I don’t want to see this  This Is Spam Unfollow Mason ————————————— Make News Feed Better
 -Facebook working on its poetry game

I don’t want to see this
This Is Spam
Unfollow Mason
—————————————
Make News Feed Better


-Facebook working on its poetry game

50watts:

Three musical scores via MoMA, Exhibiting Fluxus: Keeping Score in Tokyo 1955–1970: A New Avant-Garde

Yasunao Tone. Anagram for Strings. 1961 (Fluxus Edition released 1963). Score. Master for the Fluxus Edition, typed and drawn by George Maciunas.

Toshi Ichiyanagi. Music for Electric Metronome. 1960 (Fluxus Edition announced 1963). Score. Master for the Fluxus Edition, typed and drawn by George Maciunas.

Toshi Ichiyanagi. IBM for Merce Cunningham. 1960 (Fluxus Edition announced 1963). Score. Master for the Fluxus Edition, typed and drawn by George Maciunas.

8

leftleftleft:

image

In my post about the publications that I am drawing from for LEFT I mentioned Artifice Magazine. Artifice was founded by James Tadd Adcox and Rebekah Silverman. In addition to his work with Artifice, Tadd is also an extremely talented writer.

image

His first book, The Map of the System of Human Knowledge, is one of my favourites. I keep coming back to it for inspiration and enjoyment. His new book, Does Not Love, is coming out in October from Curbside Splendor and I can’t wait to read it. Tadd writes and publishes the type of work I want to have in LEFT. Interviewed him about his work with Artifice:

Read More

<3 these 2 dudes <3