Ailiet. 20s. A chronic reblogger and definite fangirl. Specializing in Elementary, Lord of the Rings, and all things Marvel.
I am really interested in silence. In inarticulacy also, which isn’t the same as silence. As a performer I like looking at the gaps between what people want to communicate and what they can communicate. I love good filmmaking that isn’t just about really proficient writers of dialogue, who think that everybody’s really articulate and everybody can hear each other really well. That doesn’t feel true to me, actually. I mean, that’s a fantastical universe.
Morin Blossier riding jacket ca. 1905
From the Metropolitan Museum of Art
video: Jamie xx - Sleep Sound
London based artist and poet Sofia Mattioli got the idea for her video for Sleep Sound by Jamie xx on the train: while she sat there listening to music through her headphones, feeding her brain and body with the sound, a deaf woman came up to her and told her that she could almost feel the music by her movement. With this chance encounter, she came up with a touching and beautiful video that somehow perfectly matches the rich palette of Sleep Sound, highlighting the fine beauty of music.
#genius dummies who made home with each other#ok look at this whole spam and cry a little bit#and then focus on EACH INDIVIDUAL GIF#it is RIDICULOUS let me TELL YOU#my favourite thing in the world#the bottom row made me pause when i was watching the show#he doesn’t even ever introduce it as something he made but it’s so lovely and earnest and constant and low-key and kind#he just adores her