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Storyboards illustrated by Satoshi Kon for the animated short Ohayo (オハヨウ)

See more selections from Kon’s Works 1982-2010.

2014/09/15

I feel lonely on tumblr.

2014/09/12

The Radio Dept. // Smrt Fašizmu

(via kawahineaihonua)

2014/09/10
Millennium Actress (2001) by Satoshi Kon 2014/09/02
2014/09/02

Every once in a while I get the nagging feeling that I’m really embarrassing and I want to delete all traces of myself from the internet.

2014/09/02
mehreenkasana:

This week’s reading recommendation list is brought to you by yours truly.
Surveillance Capitalism Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age [x]
The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House [x]
Taming the Shrew? Choice Feminism and the Fear of Politics [x]
Islam and Politics [x]
A short film on Franz Kafka [x]
The Corporate Stranglehold on Education [x]
Lifestyle Consumerist Politics (ha!) [x]
The Color of Violence Against Women [x]
Zarb-e-Azb and the Left: On Imperialism’s Materiality [x]
Aid In Reverse: How Poor Countries Develop Rich Countries [x]
You can browse through more reading lists by viewing our TQ entries on Tanqeed’s main website. 
Image: Constantin Brâncuși, Sleeping Muse, 1910.

mehreenkasana:

This week’s reading recommendation list is brought to you by yours truly.

  • Surveillance Capitalism Monopoly-Finance Capital, the Military-Industrial Complex, and the Digital Age [x]
  • The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House [x]
  • Taming the Shrew? Choice Feminism and the Fear of Politics [x]
  • Islam and Politics [x]
  • A short film on Franz Kafka [x]
  • The Corporate Stranglehold on Education [x]
  • Lifestyle Consumerist Politics (ha!) [x]
  • The Color of Violence Against Women [x]
  • Zarb-e-Azb and the Left: On Imperialism’s Materiality [x]
  • Aid In Reverse: How Poor Countries Develop Rich Countries [x]

You can browse through more reading lists by viewing our TQ entries on Tanqeed’s main website

Image: Constantin Brâncuși, Sleeping Muse, 1910.

2014/08/29

gowns:

how do i fix nerd cis man brains so they value the lives and wellbeing of women over video games

2014/08/29
St. Vincent @ The Met, 8/25/11Photographed by Alin Tolea 2014/08/28
Young Arundhati Roy starring in In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989), a film Roy wrote herself, recounting her own experiences in the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi.

"It was as a student of architecture that I began to see that in India we have citizens and ‘non-citizens’, those who matter and those who don’t. Those who are visible and those who are not. Those who are included in our planners’ plans and those who are reflexively excluded from them. It was as a student of architecture that I began to ask questions of my mediocre professors about why I was being brainwashed into becoming yet another mediocre manufacturer of concrete boxes who unquestioningly served the interests of the privileged. It was there that I began to try and understand the endless conflict between power and powerlessness – the conflict that is the central preoccupation of much of my work now." [x]
Young Arundhati Roy starring in In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989), a film Roy wrote herself, recounting her own experiences in the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi.

"It was as a student of architecture that I began to see that in India we have citizens and ‘non-citizens’, those who matter and those who don’t. Those who are visible and those who are not. Those who are included in our planners’ plans and those who are reflexively excluded from them. It was as a student of architecture that I began to ask questions of my mediocre professors about why I was being brainwashed into becoming yet another mediocre manufacturer of concrete boxes who unquestioningly served the interests of the privileged. It was there that I began to try and understand the endless conflict between power and powerlessness – the conflict that is the central preoccupation of much of my work now." [x]

(via buzzcunts)

2014/08/28
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