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Wodaabe: Herdsmen of the Son by Werner Herzog is posted in its entirety on Youtube. Stop sleeping. It is primarily centered around mating rites and rituals (limited scope) but is gorgeous nonetheless. Sounds were fascinating— conversational rhythm, music/singing, camels groaning, silent desert.

Yaake dance narrated by Werner Herzog

Ouleya Mint Amartichitt

This is the only music I need to listen to for the rest of my life. Shit turns at 2:40

Wodaabe women by Timothy Allen

Wodaabe women by Timothy Allen

Wodaabe women, 1997.

Wodaabe women, 1997.

Go and fix your make up, girl it’s just a break up
Run and hide your crazy and start actin’ like a lady
'Cause I raised you better, gotta keep it together
Even when you fall apart

nikaras:

A trio of three Indian classical dance styles: Bharatanatyam, Kathak, and Odissi. Music by Anoushka Shankar. 

!!!!

(Source: divanoid)

free-parking:

Daniel EverettConversations with a Computer (2008)

Contained within the operating system of Mac computers is a rudimentary electronic psychotherapist program. Meant to simulate a Rogerian therapist, it engages the participant in a cyclical conversation by taking his or her statements and roughly reconfiguring them into questions. I met with this program three times a week for a month in order to discuss my fear that I was disappearing completely. These are three stills from our conversations.

glassbattalion:

The Constitution of the Užupis Republic:

  1. Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, and the River Vilnelė has the right to flow by everyone.
  2. Everyone has the right to hot water, heating in winter and a tiled roof.
  3. Everyone has the right to die, but this is not an obligation.
  4. Everyone has the right to make mistakes.
  5. Everyone has the right to be unique.
  6. Everyone has the right to love.
  7. Everyone has the right not to be loved, but not necessarily.
  8. Everyone has the right to be undistinguished and unknown.
  9. Everyone has the right to be idle.
  10. Everyone has the right to love and take care of the cat.
  11. Everyone has the right to look after the dog until one of them dies.
  12. A dog has the right to be a dog.
  13. A cat is not obliged to love its owner, but must help in time of nee (sic).
  14. Sometimes everyone has the right to be unaware of their duties.
  15. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not an obligation.
  16. Everyone has the right to be happy.
  17. Everyone has the right to be unhappy.
  18. Everyone has the right to be silent.
  19. Everyone has the right to have faith.
  20. No one has the right to violence.
  21. Everyone has the right to appreciate their unimportance.
  22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
  23. Everyone has the right to understand.
  24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
  25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
  26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
  27. Everyone shall remember their name.
  28. Everyone may share what they possess.
  29. No one can share what they do not possess.
  30. Everyone has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents.
  31. Everyone may be independent.
  32. Everyone is responsible for their freedom.
  33. Everyone has the right to cry.
  34. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood.
  35. No one has the right to make another person guilty.
  36. Everyone has the right to be individual.
  37. Everyone has the right to have no rights.
  38. Everyone has the right to not to be afraid.
  39. Do not defeat
  40. Do not fight back
  41. Do not surrender
glassbattalion:


Me in the Užupis Republic in Vilnius, Lithuania. The “Užupis Republic” is a tiny, aspiring breakaway republic of bohemians.  According to Wikipedia, Užupis means “on the other side of the river” in Lithuania, and indeed, the Vilnia river demarcates the boundary of this artist section from the rest of Vilnius. On this same wall is a constitution for the republic, with articles like “People have the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow past people,” and ”A dog has the right to be a dog.” 

glassbattalion:

Me in the Užupis Republic in Vilnius, Lithuania. The “Užupis Republic” is a tiny, aspiring breakaway republic of bohemians.  According to Wikipedia, Užupis means “on the other side of the river” in Lithuania, and indeed, the Vilnia river demarcates the boundary of this artist section from the rest of Vilnius. On this same wall is a constitution for the republic, with articles like “People have the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow past people,” and ”A dog has the right to be a dog.” 

sugarpoppins:

jesus christ this is me.

(Source: jamaicanrage, via ceedling)

Wodaabe: Herdsmen of the Son by Werner Herzog is posted in its entirety on Youtube. Stop sleeping. It is primarily centered around mating rites and rituals (limited scope) but is gorgeous nonetheless. Sounds were fascinating— conversational rhythm, music/singing, camels groaning, silent desert.

Yaake dance narrated by Werner Herzog

Ouleya Mint Amartichitt

This is the only music I need to listen to for the rest of my life. Shit turns at 2:40

Timothy Allen

Timothy Allen

Wodaabe women by Timothy Allen

Wodaabe women by Timothy Allen

Wodaabe women, 1997.

Wodaabe women, 1997.

Go and fix your make up, girl it’s just a break up
Run and hide your crazy and start actin’ like a lady
'Cause I raised you better, gotta keep it together
Even when you fall apart

nikaras:

A trio of three Indian classical dance styles: Bharatanatyam, Kathak, and Odissi. Music by Anoushka Shankar. 

!!!!

(Source: divanoid)

free-parking:

Daniel EverettConversations with a Computer (2008)

Contained within the operating system of Mac computers is a rudimentary electronic psychotherapist program. Meant to simulate a Rogerian therapist, it engages the participant in a cyclical conversation by taking his or her statements and roughly reconfiguring them into questions. I met with this program three times a week for a month in order to discuss my fear that I was disappearing completely. These are three stills from our conversations.

glassbattalion:

The Constitution of the Užupis Republic:

  1. Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, and the River Vilnelė has the right to flow by everyone.
  2. Everyone has the right to hot water, heating in winter and a tiled roof.
  3. Everyone has the right to die, but this is not an obligation.
  4. Everyone has the right to make mistakes.
  5. Everyone has the right to be unique.
  6. Everyone has the right to love.
  7. Everyone has the right not to be loved, but not necessarily.
  8. Everyone has the right to be undistinguished and unknown.
  9. Everyone has the right to be idle.
  10. Everyone has the right to love and take care of the cat.
  11. Everyone has the right to look after the dog until one of them dies.
  12. A dog has the right to be a dog.
  13. A cat is not obliged to love its owner, but must help in time of nee (sic).
  14. Sometimes everyone has the right to be unaware of their duties.
  15. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not an obligation.
  16. Everyone has the right to be happy.
  17. Everyone has the right to be unhappy.
  18. Everyone has the right to be silent.
  19. Everyone has the right to have faith.
  20. No one has the right to violence.
  21. Everyone has the right to appreciate their unimportance.
  22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
  23. Everyone has the right to understand.
  24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
  25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
  26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
  27. Everyone shall remember their name.
  28. Everyone may share what they possess.
  29. No one can share what they do not possess.
  30. Everyone has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents.
  31. Everyone may be independent.
  32. Everyone is responsible for their freedom.
  33. Everyone has the right to cry.
  34. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood.
  35. No one has the right to make another person guilty.
  36. Everyone has the right to be individual.
  37. Everyone has the right to have no rights.
  38. Everyone has the right to not to be afraid.
  39. Do not defeat
  40. Do not fight back
  41. Do not surrender
glassbattalion:


Me in the Užupis Republic in Vilnius, Lithuania. The “Užupis Republic” is a tiny, aspiring breakaway republic of bohemians.  According to Wikipedia, Užupis means “on the other side of the river” in Lithuania, and indeed, the Vilnia river demarcates the boundary of this artist section from the rest of Vilnius. On this same wall is a constitution for the republic, with articles like “People have the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow past people,” and ”A dog has the right to be a dog.” 

glassbattalion:

Me in the Užupis Republic in Vilnius, Lithuania. The “Užupis Republic” is a tiny, aspiring breakaway republic of bohemians.  According to Wikipedia, Užupis means “on the other side of the river” in Lithuania, and indeed, the Vilnia river demarcates the boundary of this artist section from the rest of Vilnius. On this same wall is a constitution for the republic, with articles like “People have the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow past people,” and ”A dog has the right to be a dog.” 

sugarpoppins:

jesus christ this is me.

(Source: jamaicanrage, via ceedling)

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