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004 photos & etc. by Britannie Bond

debuting a special video component of my photo series, The Wilderness Project  this Saturday April 26th at The Where Project.
come see the animals leap, strut, gallop and run in a new presentation.
tix here: http://thewhereproject.brownpapertickets.com/

debuting a special video component of my photo series, The Wilderness Project  this Saturday April 26th at The Where Project.

come see the animals leap, strut, gallop and run in a new presentation.

tix here: http://thewhereproject.brownpapertickets.com/

I keep unplanning the same Sunday. Leg and flower, breeze and terrier, I have no garden

and couldn’t be happier. Please, don’t lose me here. I am sorry my clutch is all

tendon and no discipline: the heart is a severed kind of muscle and alone.

I can hear yours in your room. I hear mine in another room. In another’s.

- Brenda Shaughnessy, from “Epithalament”
I keep unplanning the same Sunday. Leg
and flower, breeze and terrier, I have no garden
and couldn’t be happier. Please, don’t lose me
here. I am sorry my clutch is all

tendon and no discipline: the heart is a severed
kind of muscle and alone.
I can hear yours in your room. I hear mine
in another room. In another’s.

- Brenda Shaughnessy, from “Epithalament”

The Hollows at Knitting Factory 

04.10.2014

outtakes from a brooklyn concert

raise high the roof beams, carpenters

All photographs are memento mori. To take a photograph is to participate in another person’s (or thing’s) mortality, vulnerability, mutability. Precisely by slicing out this moment and freezing it, all photographs testify to time’s relentless melt.

—Susan Sontag (sing it Sontag.)

(Source: museoleum, via free-parking)

ben.

big and little


My self-portrait “To Bloom” is a finalist in New York Photo Festival's RESOLUTION 2014 and is exhibiting now through April 28th at powerHouse Books. Join me TONIGHT for the opening reception from 6-8pm.  Maybe tonight, if we all crowd around this photo, spring will be forced to actually start.
 

"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."


                                                                     - Anais Nin
My self-portrait “To Bloom” is a finalist in New York Photo Festival's RESOLUTION 2014 and is exhibiting now through April 28th at powerHouse Books.

Join me TONIGHT for the opening reception from 6-8pm.

Maybe tonight, if we all crowd around this photo, spring will be forced to actually start.
 
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom."
                                                                     - Anais Nin
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