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Natalie Shau

Natalie Shau

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Kerry Skarbakka

” Heidegger described human existence as a process of perpetual falling, and it is the responsibility of each individual to “catch ourselves” from our own uncertainty. My work is in response to this delicate state. It questions what it means to resist the struggle, to simply let go, and the consequences of holding on. The images stand as reminders that we are all vulnerable to losing our footing and grasp, symbolizing the precarious balancing act between the struggle against our desire to survive and our fantasy to transcend our humanness.

: in the The Struggle to Right Oneself

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James Jean

James Jean

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Art by Vitche

at the Jonathan Levine Gallery

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Kitab al-Bulhan

The ‘Kitab al-Bulhan’ (Book of Wonders) [MS. Bodl. Or. 133] manuscript is a collection of Arabic divinatory treatises produced in the late 14th century hosted by the Oxford Digital Library.

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Vladimir Gvozdariki

Illustrations © Vladimir Gvozdev at the Gvozdariki site.

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