Brazilian artist Luciana Urtiga creates illusory, imaginative self portraits. She experiments with different techniques, developing her surreal black and white photography of warped faces.
Luciana Urtiga digitally manipulates her multiple spiral faces that melt into one another, showcasing the endless possibilities that can be captured and created within the camera lens. With her practice, the young talent aims to explore her inner self, finding an answer to the question ‘who am I?’
Thanks to iGNANT
(via brokepinupgirl)Strange Little Girl
do u eat azz
Why do people from California love to remind you that they are from California
because it’s amazing that’s why
When I was a student at Cambridge I remember an anthropology professor holding up a picture of a bone with 28 incisions carved in it. “This is often considered to be man’s first attempt at a calendar” she explained. She paused as we dutifully wrote this down. ‘My question to you is this – what man needs to mark 28 days? I would suggest to you that this is woman’s first attempt at a calendar.’
It was a moment that changed my life. In that second I stopped to question almost everything I had been taught about the past. How often had I overlooked women’s contributions?
How she managed to keep the visual album a secret, even while filming amongst thousands of people.
It’s exactly three months away from today and I’m more excited as each day passes by. The script is finished, most dances are set, the acting cast has been chosen, Campbell Hall is booked, and life moves on.
I’m honestly so proud of my scriptwriting team. We wanted to take it back to reality and remind SB what it means to be Pilipino-American. The last few years we’ve definitely experimented and have successfully portrayed parts of our culture through an array of genres, such as mythological, historical, and even political. I feel so honored to have a team to agree on a script to remember first and foremost who we are in this generation as Pilipino-Americans. We really wanted to keep it real and relatable as much as we can and stray away from what we’ve normally done in the past.
I wanted to pay homage to the time when I tooka Filipino-American history class and remembered that there was a huge critique on Pilipino Cultural Nights and how it’s always about “going back to your roots” and not really focusing on the idea of what the present day Filipino-American is like. In respect to that, this show does highlight some huge concerns that I’ve came across in college and have really shaped who I am as a person. Some of the lines of the show resonate with people and parts of my life so I’m really excited to share that with everyone.