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"…y por cierto, soy miembro de la especie humana, así que no hagan mucho caso a lo que digo, piensen por si mismos". Karl Popper
"A veces, la demarcación entre los sueños y la realidad se vuelve borrosa, me cuesta saber qué es qué. Supongo que por eso tengo que tomar tantos medicamentos; como si la realidad pudiera favorecerse químicamente: ingiere los miligramos suficientes de esta o aquella pastilla y el mundo vuelve a estar enfocado. Supongo que en general es positivo, sólo depende del valor que concedes a tener las cosas enfocadas."
La historia del loco. John Katzenbach.
Lunatic (2014)
adj.
1.  Suffering from lunacy; insane.
2.  Of or for the insane.
3.  Wildly or giddily foolish: a lunatic decision.
4.  Characterized by lunacy or eccentricity.

Matthieu Bourel

Lunatic (2014)

adj.
1. Suffering from lunacy; insane.
2. Of or for the insane.
3. Wildly or giddily foolish: a lunatic decision.
4. Characterized by lunacy or eccentricity.
"Todo principio no es más que una continuación, y el libro de los acontecimientos se encuentra siempre abierto a la mitad."
Wislawa Szymborska
luxology:

Language and Chaos (1989-1990), Mike Parr
Mike Parr’s self portrait is one that attempts to map the interactions of mind and body, the conscious and the unconscious. It is not a solipsistic search for the self but rather an attempt to explore the human condition and how the personal informs the political. In his self-portrait prints, Parr takes his own image and twists, stretches and defaces it. They are scratched and scarred; marked by acts of aggression and violence. The concept of identity, then, constantly shifts and mutates — unfolds and buckles. 

luxology:

Language and Chaos (1989-1990), Mike Parr

Mike Parr’s self portrait is one that attempts to map the interactions of mind and body, the conscious and the unconscious. It is not a solipsistic search for the self but rather an attempt to explore the human condition and how the personal informs the political. In his self-portrait prints, Parr takes his own image and twists, stretches and defaces it. They are scratched and scarred; marked by acts of aggression and violence. The concept of identity, then, constantly shifts and mutates — unfolds and buckles. 

"Lo que nos dejan las civilizaciones como monumentos de su pensamiento, no son los textos sino más bien los vocabularios y sus sintaxis."
Michel Foucault
Sobre esos clichés acerca de lo que es la vida.

Sobre esos clichés acerca de lo que es la vida.