BæDTIME

In bed these days, getting bored and restless... had previously thought higher of my pain threshold. Trying out some new tricks with the blog here and there - bigger pics and ink spot links (what do you think?)

Some art that caught my attention:



Yasumasa Morimura
Via brain burner



Camilla Engman
Via camilla engman



Adrian Ghenie
Via nikodim gallery

5 comments:

Miss Kotova said...

I came across your blog and as a fellow Olga I have to say I was attracted by the name of your blog first and foremost but it's a very interesting read. lovely photos. made me want to travel.

http://blueloosethreads.blogspot.com/

juanita de la vega said...

Interesting art works! especially the second one (Camilla Engman)
Your blog is an interesting way to explore art. Bravo Olga!
Are you all rigth now?
hugs

Manifesto Surrealista said...

(Since our last mail, how are you? Better? Hope you are recovering well and hopefully with no pains!)

Surely the picture from Adrian Ghenie caught my attention. We could speculate a lot about what it means and represents. Is it someone who is tired of its own personality, someone depressed or it represents an extreme moment of rage? When someone has a highly emotive personality maybe this could be one way to represent a pure access of uncontrolled despair and rage. Hope we never get to that point! Life taught me that it’s a waste of time and resources to valuate negative feelings. I’m really a positive person and I’m steeping into that ZEN age when life begins to grow spiritually inside and we start to thing that life is too short to waste it with silly matters. It has been a wonderful discovery and I realized, among my friends, that is quite common on our age. And I’m loving it! You see, you make me share my thoughts! Hugs TI

Olga said...
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Olga said...

TI, I was under the same impression of something tragic when I saw it first. But do you know that the painting is called "Pie Fight Study 2"??!! It made me smile and I think it very much fits your theory of enjoying every minute :)