February 23, 2013
Top, photograph by Tobias Kruse, Crossing, 2009. Via. Bottom, screen capture from The Key, directed by Tinto Brass, 1983. Via.
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I follow you in the dark, feeling my way toward the light of that tongue that calls me from the depths of a miraculous mouth.
Antonin Artaud, Uccello the Hair from L’Art et la mort, 1929. Via.

Top, photograph by Tobias KruseCrossing, 2009. Via. Bottom, screen capture from The Key, directed by Tinto Brass, 1983. Via.

I follow you in the dark, feeling my way toward the light of that tongue that calls me from the depths of a miraculous mouth.

Antonin Artaud, Uccello the Hair from L’Art et la mort, 1929. Via.

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