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whitepeoplesaidwhat:

"You’re only half-Japanese. Just admit you’re white! Quit trying to be special."
"Your food smells gross."
"So do tentacles turn you on?"
"You’ve got big  boobs… for an Asian."
"You don’t look Asian. You don’t have c**nk eyes."
"Can you do my math homework?"
"Don’t you dare touch my dog/cat. You’re gonna try to eat it!"
"I have a kimono too!" Proceeds to show me a picture of them wearing a cheap shiny bathrobe.
"Can I be an honorary Asian? I loooooove Asian food and culture!"
"Stop trying to play the race card. That just makes you ignorant. White males have it harder than anyone else in the U.S."
"You always complain about racism and oppression and shit. If you hate the U.S. that much why don’t you just leave?"
"Did your mom immigrate here illegally?"

whitepeoplesaidwhat:

"You’re only half-Japanese. Just admit you’re white! Quit trying to be special."

"Your food smells gross."

"So do tentacles turn you on?"

"You’ve got big  boobs… for an Asian."

"You don’t look Asian. You don’t have c**nk eyes."

"Can you do my math homework?"

"Don’t you dare touch my dog/cat. You’re gonna try to eat it!"

"I have a kimono too!" Proceeds to show me a picture of them wearing a cheap shiny bathrobe.

"Can I be an honorary Asian? I loooooove Asian food and culture!"

"Stop trying to play the race card. That just makes you ignorant. White males have it harder than anyone else in the U.S."

"You always complain about racism and oppression and shit. If you hate the U.S. that much why don’t you just leave?"

"Did your mom immigrate here illegally?"

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Hanna Ilczyszyn

1. Black Dots

2. Paprotka

3. Girl with Plant

4. Standing Girl

likeafieldmouse:

Cathyln Newell - Concrete Ghosts: Curfew

Artist’s statement:

Curfew provokes the loss of a larger space to fleeting apparitions of darkness and memory.

Simply, the work is the ghosting of a darkened window, made of the strange and violent spatial lines embedded with candlewicks burnt away and trailing smoke true to the term curfew (rooted in the French term, literally to cover the fire).

Fleeting and vanishing (both physically and in memory), the line work is a dance between the fewest lines that can be trusted, and the imagination projected onto a darkened reality.

Its implications and threat of vanishing is the unknown reality, one that seems familiar, though always unfamiliar. Curfew remains something that is there among us, but anxious, fleeting, and aggressive, though even frightened in and of its own being.”

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Stillness in Motion by Olga Ziemska

Cleveland-based sculptor Olga Ziemska works with natural materials like wood and bamboo to create mysteriously figurative installations for her series titled Stillness in motion: The Matka Series. “Matka” means “mother” in Polish and essentially defines the figure that Ziemska recreates. Through this mold of a maternally inclined female, the artist symbolizes a place of origin, further hinting at “our first physical environment—the womb.”

Olga Ziemska website
Olga Ziemska on Facebook

isabellemenin:

Ulalume // This is nothing but dreaming
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isabellemenin:

Ulalume // This is nothing but dreaming

Isabelle Menin
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