Kit Harington in Venice #8
“Anatomy Study”, 2000 | Ph: Mario Testino
Visionaire 35: Man
Painting: Mark Rothko, Green Over Blue, 1956
Thanks for being so still during the shoot, and thank Jessica for letting me in to meet you.
Loving Care, 1993 by Janine Antoni
“I mopped the floor with my hair…The reason I’m so interested in taking my body to those extreme places is that that’s a place where I learn, where I feel most in my body. I’m really interested in the repetition, the discipline, and what happens to me psychologically when I put my body to that extreme place.”
“Figure 13.1: Our sensory systems do not transmit copies of the external world to an audience in the brain but rather perform complex encodings of information that are somehow interpreted in higher centers.”
i.e., we do not actually see with our eyes. what we see is our brain’s perception of an image. theoretically, what exists may look different from how it’s processed. neuroscientists have been testing devices for the blind to see with their tongues through electrical signals.