Dream Collective
In a dream, are all the characters really you?
Seymour Joseph Guy, Story of Golden Locks, c.1870
Salvador Dali - Galacidalacidesoxyribonucleicacid (detail)

I’d Like To Walk Around In Your Mind - Vashti Bunyan

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“The image which the small child sees in the mirror is in this sense an ‘alienated’ one: the child ‘misrecognizes’ itself in it, finds in the image a pleasing unity which it does not actually experience in its own body. The imaginary for Lacan is precisely this realm of *images* in which we make identifications, but in the very act of doing so we are led to misperceive and misrecognize ourselves. As the child grows up, it will continue to make such imaginary identifications with objects, and this is how its ego will be built up. For Lacan, the ego is just this narcissistic process whereby we bolster up a fictive sense of unitary selfhood by finding something in the world with which we can identify.”
Terry Eagleton
Literary Theory: An Introduction [2nd Ed.] (1996; p. 143)

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Not having friends has the same health risk as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day.
Just saying… (via ardora)
Taki Bluesinger, Raw Egg Costume (feat. Carole Itter), 1974
Diary Of A Shinjuku Thief (1968), Nagisa Oshima
John William Waterhouse, La Belle Dame sans Merci, 1893
Bas Jan Ader, Untitled (Tea Party), 1972

India Stoker: I’m Not Formed By Things That Are of Myself Alone

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