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'Artists, even those reclusive types who never leave their homes, are all exhibitionists. And if you are involved in any way with commercial art, or in the very least have a website or Twitter account where your work is accessible, you are then inhabiting a world where always being watched is entirely possible.'

from ‘Vive La Varda!' by Geo Ong

'Artists, even those reclusive types who never leave their homes, are all exhibitionists. And if you are involved in any way with commercial art, or in the very least have a website or Twitter account where your work is accessible, you are then inhabiting a world where always being watched is entirely possible.'

from ‘Vive La Varda!' by Geo Ong

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mango-rotter:

I just watched The Gleaners and I and this guy was really cool.

He’s got a steady job but gets all of his food by digging through trash as a matter of ethics. Here, he’s talking about the effects of oil spills on birds.

More on The Gleaners and I here.

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'Jenny Slate's emotional transparency is utterly magnetic.' More on her latest film, Obvious Child, here.’

'Jenny Slate's emotional transparency is utterly magnetic.' More on her latest film, Obvious Child, here.’

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Photograph of a solar eclipse at Rivabellosa, Spain, July 18, 1860, captured by the Kew Photoheliograph, a combined camera and telescope designed by Warren De la Rue and built by Andrew Ross in 1857.

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Photograph of a solar eclipse at Rivabellosa, Spain, July 18, 1860, captured by the Kew Photoheliograph, a combined camera and telescope designed by Warren De la Rue and built by Andrew Ross in 1857.

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'Agnès Varda has sought to meet her world halfway, in her case, through film. Her documentary The Gleaners and I boasts accuracy in its title; the film is partly about gleaners who pick up what others discard—both after the country harvest and in the city trash—and partly about herself, an art gleaner in her own right, taking snippets from the lives of others and making them useful to herself.’

from ‘Vive La Varda!' by Geo Ong

(Photography: Sergio Gaudenti, 1988)

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interview. agnés varda, c.1960’s

More on Varda here.

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