|Rodin The Kiss Wrapped in 1 Mile of Twine by Cornelia Parker|
"Rodin's 'The Kiss,' re-imagined," the curator closest to me explains in reverent tones. "Tate Britain is exhibiting it as a piece by Cornelia Parker. The artist wrapped Rodin's sculpture in one mile of string to represent the 'claustrophobia of relationships.' You'll notice the contrast of the two materials: the high culture of the marble, and the low culture of the twine."
Fanfiction: Substance Clad In Shadows
|Nietzsche - Genealogy of Morals|
Nietzsche: The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything.
The first time I lay eyes on him that night, I think of the desires of Nietzsche's true man. ch 10
|Akhmotova - Modigliani|
"'We all wear masks, and the time comes when we cannot remove them without removing some of our own skin.'" ch 19
He is everything right now, my prey and my prayer and my captive, my spoils of war, my conquered city and my friendly fire. He is the thief of my skin,
I sink down even further and stare as he comes apart, panting and chanting my name and fuck, fuck, fuck. ch 11
|Hamlet and Ophelia - Louise Bourgeois|