THE NIGHTLY MIRROR
sa-to-ri:

Alexander Brodsky

sa-to-ri:

Alexander Brodsky

trianglesquarecircle:

Forum de Mille Vertatis - 1987/90
Brodsky & Utkin 
Forum of Thousand Truths The Intelligent Market Impossible to embrace the Immensity. We spend years and years wandering in a maze of feverish searching of knowledge and finally understand that we have learned nothing. Nothing that we really needed. The information that can be bought for money is not worth paying. We can’t embrace it at one glimpse. We can’t be sated with it. It always contains an admixture of lie{s} because it comes from people, even being perceived by means of computer{s}. But {no} computers would {ever} tell us the very essence of the matter. The Real Information cant’t be bought. It’s is accessib{l}e to those who can watch, listen, think. It is dispersed everywhere-in each spot, crack, stone, pool. A word in friendly conversation gives more {information} than all computers in the world. Sailing through the forest, walking in the feild-maybe a visitor of the Forum will find at last his own truth-one from thousands. 

trianglesquarecircle:

Forum de Mille Vertatis - 1987/90

Brodsky & Utkin 

Forum of Thousand Truths The Intelligent Market Impossible to embrace the Immensity. We spend years and years wandering in a maze of feverish searching of knowledge and finally understand that we have learned nothing. Nothing that we really needed. The information that can be bought for money is not worth paying. We can’t embrace it at one glimpse. We can’t be sated with it. It always contains an admixture of lie{s} because it comes from people, even being perceived by means of computer{s}. But {no} computers would {ever} tell us the very essence of the matter. The Real Information cant’t be bought. It’s is accessib{l}e to those who can watch, listen, think. It is dispersed everywhere-in each spot, crack, stone, pool. A word in friendly conversation gives more {information} than all computers in the world. Sailing through the forest, walking in the feild-maybe a visitor of the Forum will find at last his own truth-one from thousands. 

mythologyofblue:

Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin, The Intelligent Market
[gracias, bdif]

mythologyofblue:

Alexander Brodsky and Ilya Utkin, The Intelligent Market

[gracias, bdif]

poboh:

Times Square NY in snow, ca 1920, Jessie Tarbox Beals. American (1871 - 1942)

poboh:

Times Square NY in snow, ca 1920, Jessie Tarbox Beals. American (1871 - 1942)

billowy:

Little Edie and Big Edie, 1951

billowy:

Little Edie and Big Edie, 1951

magictransistor:

Roland Topor

Before he goes into the water, a diver cannot know what he will bring back.
Max Ernst (via magictransistor)