um… just a pinch creepy
Hurrah! My copies of the AEAEA collaboration have finally arrived! That’s the round-robin record I made with Kris Force, Jarboe, Anni Hogan, and Zoe Keating. (at Butt Palace)
I’m slightly terrified… that sort of puts things in perspective…
Best emoticon ever: Cthulhu.
Guilty. I’ve worked day to day office jobs before saying screw it! Ima gonna be a working artist even if it means no real meals ever again! Watched this show… total Jim crush. And still…. I never saw the one where he took his top off!
I loved this show. LOVED it.
huuuge crush on Jim. HUGE.
Photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten explores the decadence of the Edwardian era in her new series, “In Service.” Recreating the abusive relationships of the wealthy with their servants, she staged vignettes that depict episodes of exploitation, some of them sexual in nature. “I was fortunate to find three stately homes in the south of England,” she said. “Built in the 18th Century, their interior decorations closely resemble those found in grand houses in the Edwardian era.”
To spell out the class difference, she dressed the servants in authentic butler and maid uniforms, and some of the female employers in Alexander McQueen and Chanel. As in her other work, the high-gloss tableaus continue to blur the line between commercial and art photography.
1. The Butler and the Little Princess
2. The Nurse and the Patient
3. The Lady’s Maid
4.The Scullery Maid
5.The Wet Nurse
6. The Footman
7. The Housemaid
8. The Chauffeur
9.The Chambermaids Secret
10..His Secretary secret
Wow they each tell such an intricate story.
Aah~ I’m already excited for tonight!