Stereoscopic visions from the imaginal realm - a place suspended between the visible & the unseen. 👁
RT @holdengraber: ♦️DAVID LYNCH ♦️ Born on this day, in 1946 One of the most thrilling conversations I ever had was with David Lynch…
RT @doctormickey: @coachnateb The dropping of atom bombs near the end of World War II had a big effect on Dali, as did advances in quantum…
RT @aaronzlewis: Ian McGilchrist on gestural and imagistic thinking: “Gestures do not merely reflect thought but help constitute thought. W…
RT @MrEwanMorrison: Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley (1865 –1931) was the first known photographers of snowflakes. He perfected a process of catc…
RT @holdengraber: “No! We are directors, we are creators, we should be the hornets that sting.” ~ Werner Herzog https://t.co/PXTNm4jC…
RT @41Strange: Scallops have two rows of blue eyes inside their shell https://t.co/E1TTRlYSRA
"Eric Drysdale opened his silver travel case and, like a magician, unpacked the objects necessary to enter another dimension..." nyti.ms/2LOD6KP
RT @airscottdenning: One of my very favorite space images of all time: snowstorm on a comet (plus a whole lotta cosmic ray hits to the sens…
RT @weatherdak: My favorite satellite loop of the year and maybe even the decade. Lightning within the beast that was Hurricane Dorian. h…
RT @artist_miro: Blue I, 1961 #spanishart #joanmiro https://t.co/do9dg7NUFx
What a treat, indeed! 🧠 🧠 🧠 @erik_davis x @JasonSilva youtu.be/sxgVchLubgc
RT @holdengraber: 🔶 JOHANNES VERMEER Died on this day, in 1675 VERMEER “So long as that woman from the Rijksmuseum in painted quiet an…
RT @41Strange: Hugo Gernsback wearing his "teleyeglasses" in 1963. https://t.co/bKmeb9s302
RT @SmithsonianMag: Though its pigment is faded and its rocky canvas chipped, the mural is a breathtaking work of art that hints at the sop…
..Duchamp and Leonardo share many secrets, and Duchamp’s protest against the deterioration in the use of the artists’ silent language in art forms almost devoid of intellectual content echoes Leonardo’s plea, “wretched mortals, open your eyes.” artforum.com/print/198308/l…
RT @eecummings_bot: if earth was heaven, i like what it does
RT @EricRWeinstein: The ultimate goal here is however not art itself. It is to curate this tiny world of obscure artists with the power to…
RT @svenbirkerts: He returns years later, has no demands. He wants only one, most precious thing. To see, purely and simply, without name,…
RT @stereoview_me: "The most important application of #Photography has certainly been to the #Stereoscope, not only in reference to art, bu…
RT @jonnytickle: A Moscow farm has decided to equip its cows with VR glasses in order to relax and feel happier. A calm environment leads t…
RT @Tina69911364: There are dead stars that still shine because their light is trapped in time. Where do I stand in this light, which does…
RT @refikanadol: Tomorrow our studio’s recent AI Data Painting with Mars MRO photographic memories will be coming alive @TimeMachine_AI in…
RT @weirdstudies: “Boredom is lack of the capacity for registering subtle vibrations.” Colin Wilson, _The Occult_, p. xxxvii.
RT @holdengraber: 🔶JOHN BERGER Born on this day, in 1926 It was thrilling when John Berger took @CallFromPaul .@lithub I will never forg…
RT @AlBrydonPhoto: Currently untitled - Folded Photocopies. https://t.co/wnrsHWEav8
RT @HipHipDaily1: Kanye West performs "Jesus Walks" on Airpool Karaoke https://t.co/JnjoZAc50X
RT @41Strange: First Photograph of Lightning taken by William Jennings in 1892 https://t.co/zdj44oGqsA
RT @MichaelGalanin: Our planet from the International Space Station. Mesmerizing! Credit: NASA https://t.co/tAgya415X5
“I’m looking for something that resets my senses and gives me a sense of wonder, that gets back to childhood and makes me feel like the world is an expansive place again” @buffalovision x @kentbye voicesofvr.com/792-vr-artist-…
Watching this kid get his mind blown in @buffalovision #VR made my day #lowpolygoncount #irrationalexuberance youtu.be/uWhJr3bpnw0
#Stereoscopic #3D #Stereoview #StereoPhotography #Aperspectival https://t.co/t8GY56zkyi
RT @weatherdak: Hurricane Dorian's incredible electric voyage. Lightning flashes throughout the powerful cyclone's lifespan. Full video:…
“I’m super frustrated by the flatness of the photographic medium,” says Massal bjp-online.com/2019/08/the-ey…
“Man is henceforth not just in the world but begins to possess it; no longer possessed by heaven, he becomes a conscious possessor - if not of the heavens, at least of the earth. This shift is, of course, a gain as well as a loss” - #JeanGebser
“Why did Petrarch climb a mountain, actually? I think he was looking more into the interior. He was stunned by what he saw. But he’d had a serious warning from an old shepherd ...this shepherd had climbed the mountain as a young man and regretted it deeply as if it were a sin” twitter.com/holdengraber/s…
RT @UniverCurious: A group of butterflies is called a kaleidoscope. https://t.co/uDTipPBoqr
RT @stereoview_me: "Two musical notes produce a higher effect when sounding in harmony. Two slightly different views, blended in the #ster…
RT @weatherdak: Lightning sparks Dorian's outer bands. Fascinating visuals from above. https://t.co/O8CvkiR3xl
RT @AstroHague: The eye of #HurricaneDorain. You can feel the power of the storm when you stare into its eye from above. Stay safe everyone…
RT @svenbirkerts: “There is nothing in the world that is not mysterious, but the mystery is more evident in certain things than in others:…
RT @stereoview_me: "A review of the application of the #stereoscope gives us but one alternative as to the reality of external objects. 1.…
RT @svenbirkerts: “Whatever it is about pictures, photographs, it’s just about impossible to follow up with words. They don’t have anything…
RT @41Strange: The giant spider in Walt Disney's 'Gulliver Mickey' (1934) https://t.co/r6Cp5HPMH0
RT @AndrewPBrooks: The textures, colours & forms of this mini landscape of a #fossil shell I found yesterday brought to mind these strange…
RT @FredrikKbg1: “Attention is the rarest and purest form of generosity” Simone Weil, 1909-1943 https://t.co/azkNUvLnJS
RT @Rainmaker1973: Exposing a sheet of thermochromic liquid crystals to heat causes a change in its structure and a vivid change in color h…
RT @wxmann: On the road so here’s a quick and dirty edit of the storm near McDonald, #kswx earlier this evening. The most insane structure…
RT @jjsandgreen: Greenland on fire🥵 The incredible thing is that the fire is happening in the arctic circle. Greenland is a very dry land…
RT @suchaone: this is a lukasa memory board, used by luba men of memory to encode and recall information https://t.co/xdgaHBJD25
RT @parisreview: “Remember those post-adolescent days when a work of art could make your heart thump? Remember the physical symptoms of inf…
RT @weatherdak: Did you know... Doggos spin differently depending on which hemisphere you're in? https://t.co/kZi16O9kkS
RT @stereohistory: On Aug 4, 1873, General George A. Custer and his 7th Cavalry clashed with the Sioux Indians for the first time in Montan…
RT @DrAlgaeGirl: This is pretty neat. I'd like to see more of these. https://t.co/0c3lpRZuC5
RT @LKGGlass: .@IkuoNakamura captured the Northern Lights in 3D, creating a stereoscopic image of the phenomenon by placing 2 cameras 5 -10…
RT @MrEwanMorrison: "The Little Screens" is a revered and influential body of early work by Lee Friedlander (1963). Six untitled photograph…
RT @NautilusMag: Your life’s memories could, in principle, be stored in the universe’s structure. bit.ly/galaxy-brain
RT @Regina_Kenney: Let everything happen to you Beauty and terror Just keep going No feeling is final. ― Rainer Maria Rilke #Poetry #Lite…
RT @tilbots: In 2016, an octopus named Inky mysteriously disappeared from New Zealand's National Aquarium. A wet trail later revealed he es…
RT @weatherdak: von Karman vortices never fail to amaze. Today on Guadalupe Island. https://t.co/OGN5AjKNSf
RT @stereohistory: “The Moon.” c.1870. On July 20, 1869, Astronaut #NeilArmstrong became the first human to set foot on the surface of the…
RT @apollo_50th: The LM hatch is now open. #Apollo11 #Apollo50
”It occurs no matter how great the distance between the particles is.”
“The photo shows a strong form of quantum entanglement, where two particles interact and share their physical states for an instant.” bbc.com/news/uk-scotla…
RT @41Strange: A picture taken by Adam Diston in 1886. A girl trying to cut a sunbeam https://t.co/N4aukxy09l
RT @bthmrsh: Berger reading Simone Weil. I couldn’t get through this without crying today. https://t.co/HwCwReRdI5
RT @sarah_calavera: I don’t know who needs to see this but here are some newborn lambs carried in a custom side saddle by a donkey. Lomba…
RT @JonotrainEB: I was joking before. These two charts explain Deleuze and Guattari with perfect transparency. https://t.co/Lnjb1h4JVh
RT @RobGMacfarlane: Words of the day: "Painted Lady" -- these tiny scraps of cloth (Vanessa cardui) make astonishing migrations, flying in…
RT @41Strange: Boy With Pet Owls, circa 1911 https://t.co/jlMKkM2dZi
RT @RobGMacfarlane: Word of the day: "nefelibata" –– literally a "cloud-walker"; that is, a daydreamer, one who wanders lost in thought or…
RT @AlexEtna: #stromboli The explosion as the Skyline camera saw it. https://t.co/Yw9oXPfkKX
RT @weatherdak: A major hurricane. A total solar eclipse. Earth is breathtaking. https://t.co/U1rnfvczUt
RT @AndrewPBrooks: Photographs from a really interesting day a couple of weeks ago in @ArtistsRogue studios with Antony Hall(@TabletopE)hel…
RT @platospodcasts: Word of the day: #attention, awareness, noticing. From Latin, "ad", to or towards, and "tendere", to stretch. Which exp…
You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off 👁🚌👯‍♀️ twitter.com/refikanadol/st…
RT @artistmagritte: Black Flag, 1937 #renemagritte #belgianart https://t.co/dmvP8z6bXa
RT @PugetSound3D: Taking Macro Photography into 3D petapixel.com/2018/10/25/tak…
RT @stereoview_me: "As a specimen of the most perfect, in its truth and union of harmony and contrast, the view of the Circus of #Gavarni,…
Our Eyes Are Always Darting Around, So How Come Our Vision Isn't Blurry? 👁 po.st/6Ywgw8 via @SmithsonianMag
RT @holdengraber: 🔶 W. B. YEATS Born on this day, in 1865 “The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sha…
RT @desiderium0: One's destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things. ~ Henry Miller https://t.co/Vlx8BcUS4D
RT @Rainmaker1973: This tiny flapjack octopus is so cute that at one point in time scientistis wanted to name it 'adorabilis' https://t.co/…
RT @SteveStuWill: Time-lapse footage of neurons growing and making connections with each other. This is how minds are made. https://t.co/h4…
RT @brightwell08: Everyone was struck by Jean Cocteau’s hands. So to speak. This is Germaine Krull’s portrait of him from 1929 https://t.co…
 
 
 
 
 
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