This lost hour is kicking my ass today.
Having studied environmental design, Savinova evokes the essence of European cities in her work Genius Loci. According to the ancient Romans, the “genius loci” is the protective spirit of a dwelling, a spectre possessed with the distinctive atmosphere of a city. By cobbling together domestic structures specific to each culture, Savinova’s collages are more than a medium of contrasting doors, windows, and roof lines. The works become an entirely new organism composed of the many specific parts unique to its’ genesis. Genius Loci is the ephemeral mood and mind of manmade landscape, the various hobbles and haunts home to something more.
If you know where you are going, you are not learning.
Mike Higton (via archatlas)
- Anonymous asked: I like your photos. But Anger often makes people act irrationally.
Thank you, and I agree. Anger often leads to bad decisions and regret, but not always. Anger often gives people power to rise against oppression and the wrongs in the world. Anger can be a tool to do good, it all depends on how it is utilized.
The world needs anger.
The world often continues to allow evil because it isn’t angry enough.
Love implies anger.
The man who is angered by nothing cares about nothing
- lpatrickphotos asked: Awesome blog dude.
Much positivity needed today.
Hotel Vancouver construction (1930-1932)
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