HAVE SEX WITH GHOSTS

elijah burgher visual artist chicago enthusiasms crushes etcetera visual musical magickal and otherwise

this is what I do: http://ghostvomit.blogspot.com

Apr 23

D.I. & E.

dadoodoflow:

I saw that
You stood like
Him, listened like
Him, made me
Feel your muscle
Like him. He
Has a better
Apartment despite the
Simply overwhelming breadth
of your tates.



rufus666:

Richard Hawkins. Vitriol Too, chapter 1, 2014.
The organism is not at all the body, the BwO; rather, it is a stratum on the BwO, in other words, a phenomenon of accumulation, coagulation, and sedimentation that, in order to extract useful labor from the BwO, imposes upon it forms, functions, bonds, dominant and hierarchized organizations, organized transcendences. The strata are bonds, pincers. “Tie me up if you wish.” We are continually stratified. But who is this we that is not me, for the subject no less than the organism belongs to and depends on a stratum? Now we have the answer: the BwO is that glacial reality where the alluvions, sedimentations, coagulations, foldings, and recoilings that compose an organism—and also a signification and a subject—occur.
-Deleuze & Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus, pp. 158-159

rufus666:

Richard Hawkins. Vitriol Too, chapter 1, 2014.

The organism is not at all the body, the BwO; rather, it is a stratum on the BwO, in other words, a phenomenon of accumulation, coagulation, and sedimentation that, in order to extract useful labor from the BwO, imposes upon it forms, functions, bonds, dominant and hierarchized organizations, organized transcendences. The strata are bonds, pincers. “Tie me up if you wish.” We are continually stratified. But who is this we that is not me, for the subject no less than the organism belongs to and depends on a stratum? Now we have the answer: the BwO is that glacial reality where the alluvions, sedimentations, coagulations, foldings, and recoilings that compose an organism—and also a signification and a subject—occur.

-Deleuze & Guattari, A Thousand Plateaus, pp. 158-159


Apr 22
rufus666:

spectrumvivace:

Antonin Artaud, La Maladresse sexuelle de dieu, 1946  

"The Sexual Clumsiness of god"

rufus666:

spectrumvivace:

Antonin Artaud, La Maladresse sexuelle de dieu, 1946  

"The Sexual Clumsiness of god"


1910-again:

Antonin Artaud, The Theater of Cruelty 1946

1910-again:

Antonin Artaud, The Theater of Cruelty 1946

(via rufus666)


Apr 21
dadoodoflow:

Eliejism

dadoodoflow:

Eliejism


grainofhisskin:

Tony Greene. “AfterImage” obituary, Nov. 1990, by Doug Ischar

grainofhisskin:

Tony Greene. “AfterImage” obituary, Nov. 1990, by Doug Ischar

(via dadoodoflow)


Apr 20

Apr 17

Cut Hands - No Spare No Soul


Apr 16
rufus666:

Victor Hugo, circa 1866; pen, brush, brown ink and wash on cream paper. It can be found in Shadows of a Hand: The Drawings of Victor Hugo. Luc Sante titled his essay on Hugo—included in his book Kill All Your Darlings—after this drawing. Note that the tentacles form the letters V and H. Hugo pasted this drawing into his own manuscript of Toilers of the Sea, where it corresponds to the following text:

At night, however, and particularly in the hot season, she becomes phosphorescent. This horrible creature has her passions, she awaits her submarine nuptials. She adorns herself, setting herself alight and illuminating herself; and from the height of some rock she may be seen in the deep obscurity of the waves below, expanding with a pale aureole — a spectral sun.

rufus666:

Victor Hugo, circa 1866; pen, brush, brown ink and wash on cream paper. It can be found in Shadows of a Hand: The Drawings of Victor Hugo.

Luc Sante titled his essay on Hugo—included in his book Kill All Your Darlings—after this drawing. Note that the tentacles form the letters V and H.

Hugo pasted this drawing into his own manuscript of Toilers of the Sea, where it corresponds to the following text:

At night, however, and particularly in the hot season, she becomes phosphorescent. This horrible creature has her passions, she awaits her submarine nuptials. She adorns herself, setting herself alight and illuminating herself; and from the height of some rock she may be seen in the deep obscurity of the waves below, expanding with a pale aureole — a spectral sun.

Page 1 of 368