member of:Observers of the Interdependence of Domestic Objects and Their Influence on Everyday Life


This group has been active for a long time and has already made some remarkable assertions which render life simpler from the practical point of view. For example, I move a pot of green color five centimeters to the right, I push in the thumbtack beside the comb and if Mr. A (another adherent like me) at this moment puts his volume about bee-keeping beside a pattern for cutting out vests, I am sure to meet on the sidewalk of the avenida Madero a woman who intrigues me and whose origin and address I never could have known...
--Remedios Varo


(Artwork by Remedios Varo)
By believing passionately in something that still does not exist, we create it. The nonexistent is whatever we have not sufficiently desired.
--Franz Kafka

Thursday, January 13, 2011

U is for Upheaval

From Basoli's Alphabet

Please excuse the long absence...

In the meantime, go create your very own minute-masterpiece on this fantastic site. I've been enjoying a much-needed rest with it today while miraculously snowed-in (!!) in this place that knows not what to do with snow...
Enjoy!

Flamenco Dancer







7 comments:

  1. Zoe, I absolutely love these. I'm glad you're back. I always look forward to your posts. And, thanks for the link.

    Love,
    Z.

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  2. Welcome back, Zoe! :D
    Lovely creations you've made!
    I had fun with the link too, though nothing of that got worth displaying ))
    Cheerz!
    Zara

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  3. zaina-- thanks! and congratulations on your poem publication-- beautiful!

    zara--thanks :) i'm glad you tried it out-- and you should share them! :)

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  4. You are like a breath of fresh air!
    These are wonderful!
    Welcome back Zoe!!!
    xoxo

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  5. absolutely wonderful creations dear Zoe:)

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  6. No excuses needed... what's better than fresh snow anyway? Hope you had a lovely time with it! And thanks for the link, I was able write elaborate messages to surprise the person who was unsuspectingly sneaking up to read over my shoulder.

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  7. What fun to play with--and I sent it to my daughter too!

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